Tidal River, Wilsons Promontory

Back at the campsite the wildlife has been going berserk. The kids finally crashed after the marathon walk and we sat out to watch the sun set and enjoy a well earned cuppa. Within seconds crimson rosellas descended upon Amanda, playing a tactical game where one posed prettily, whilst its partner walked around biting toes and ankles. As soon as they departed the armies of wombats started emerging from the bushes. Across the whole campsite they emerge in hordes, munching their way through the undergrowth, even checking out eskies for any quick snacks.

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Categories: Animal Action, Australian Outback, Journey Narrative, Location, National Park, Photography, Travel, Travel Adventure, VIC | Tags: , , , | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “Tidal River, Wilsons Promontory

  1. leonie

    sneeky little buggers, look like they gave you a good fright Manda.
    Continue having a wonderful time.
    lots and lots of love G and G and Mollie,


  2. rodger henning

    great photography john,are the kids taking photos as well?have got that rod and reel out yet,I’m ozzie would bu up to his neck in any tidal fish chase.
    Rodger and fam


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