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Pyramid Rock Lookout Parking Lot, Ventnor, AustraliaPyramid Rock Lookout Parking LotVentnor, AustraliaIconic Pyramid Rock. #pyramidCape Woolamai, AustraliaCape WoolamaiAustraliaLooking towards San Remo. Sunrise and low tide.Cape Woolamai State Faunal Reserve, Cape Woolamai, AustraliaCape Woolamai State Faunal ReserveCape Woolamai, AustraliaI didn't count each one but they estimate there are a million that fly in from the sea each night to nest. Quite surreal.Cape Woolamai State Faunal Reserve, Cape Woolamai, AustraliaCape Woolamai State Faunal ReserveCape Woolamai, AustraliaYou can stand on the cliff edge and watch as these Shearwater birds land. With the increase in human visitors I imagine it wont be long before they...Cape Woolamai State Faunal Reserve, Cape Woolamai, AustraliaCape Woolamai State Faunal ReserveCape Woolamai, Australia1 million shearwater nest each night between about September to April then they leave to fly to Alaska.Raptor Domain, Seal Bay, AustraliaRaptor DomainSeal Bay, AustraliaThis raptor is there to greet you. #natureRaptor Domain, Seal Bay, AustraliaRaptor DomainSeal Bay, AustraliaRaptor Domain definitely worth while and you get to play with some very cool animals. #natureRemarkable Rocks, Flinders Chase, AustraliaRemarkable RocksFlinders Chase, AustraliaRemarkable rocks. What else would they be.Kangaroo Island, Flinders Chase, AustraliaKangaroo IslandFlinders Chase, AustraliaA very wet Kangaroo watching us.Reeves Point Historic Site, Kingscote, AustraliaReeves Point Historic SiteKingscote, AustraliaThe shells on the beachReeves Point Historic Site, Kingscote, AustraliaReeves Point Historic SiteKingscote, AustraliaJust a walk along the beach at KingscoteDinner Plain, AustraliaDinner PlainAustraliaDinner Plane Village a very nice place but a little eerie and mysterious in the fog.Carmichael Falls, Dinner Plain, AustraliaCarmichael FallsDinner Plain, Australia700m walk from Dinner plain to the viewing platform. The falls generally don't have much water going over them but a pretty enough sight.Carmichael Falls, Dargo, AustraliaCarmichael FallsDargo, AustraliaFrom Dinner Plain a short walk to to Carmichael Falls. These falls in the photo are a little prelude to the main falls.Ventnor Bushland Reserve, Ventnor, AustraliaVentnor Bushland ReserveVentnor, AustraliaIn this bushland area there is plenty of bird life to see and photograph.Ventnor Bushland Reserve, Ventnor, AustraliaVentnor Bushland ReserveVentnor, AustraliaBaby Joey in its mothers pouch. These are a common site this time of year if you walk quietly through the bush lands. #natureCowrie Beach, Summerlands, AustraliaCowrie BeachSummerlands, AustraliaThis chick Cape Barren Goose is crossing the road behind its mum. The numbers are growing well, helped by the fox eradication program. Cars are a...Shelley Beach, Summerlands, AustraliaShelley BeachSummerlands, AustraliaIts Spring so there are plenty of baby animals about. Cape Baron Geese and its Chick. Be careful when you are driving.Sunderland Bay, AustraliaSunderland BayAustraliaSunrise at Sunderland Bay where the little penguins live. Looking towards Woolamai with Pyramid Rock in the mid ground.Cowrie Beach, Summerlands, AustraliaCowrie BeachSummerlands, AustraliaBlack basalt outcrops at Cowrie Beach looking towards the famous Knobbies.
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