Photographic farewell to Wilsons Promontory


As we bid farewell to Wilsons Promontory and Tidal River campground some final photos from our enjoyable experience there.

Let us know if you have any challenges for us on our trip – bear in mind we all have to be able to complete them.

 

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Categories: Australian Outback, Beach, Journey Narrative, Location, National Park, Photography, Travel, Travel Adventure, VIC, Walks | Tags: , , , , | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Photographic farewell to Wilsons Promontory

  1. leonie

    beautiful pics. love the rock formations and the colours

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  2. 3L

    Hi Xavier and family,

    Congratulations on finishing that huge hike through the bush were your legs sore afterwards? Miss Shorter wants to (and doesn’t want to) know what type of snakes you saw.
    It must have been amazing seeing so much cuttlefish, we loved your artwork – we think it looked like a beautiful snowflake.

    We can’t believe you survived the wombat attack, they look pretty cute – were you allowed to pat them?

    We hope you’re having a good time so far and that Tasmania will be amazing.

    We have some challenges for you (there’s quite a few, so just pick the ones you like):
    1) Go for a swim in the coldest water in Australia.
    2) Find 10 Tasmanian Devils
    3) Find more than 20 different plants
    4) Try and name 10 wombats (one can be named Xavier)
    5) Send us a picture of you patting a safe animal
    6) Sleep outside for the night

    Enjoy the rest of your trip, we will keep updated on the blog πŸ™‚

    Love 3L and Miss Shorter

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