Monday, February 20, 2012

Freycinet National Park

I have been traveling in Tasmania at Freycinet National park, and as I've come to enjoy in parks, experiencing wonderful landscapes full of life. Morning walks along Oyster Cove beach to Coles Bay are framed by the dramatic backdrop of the 'hazards'. Crystal clear waters reveal an abundance of seaweeds, welks, limpets, small fish and bird life. Checking out the mussel encrusted rockpools has been a lot of fun.
Walks in Freycinet took us over rocky outlooks to Wineglass Bay, with pearly white sand, clear aqua surf and over-friendly wallabies. Then across wetlands full of summer flowering native flora in the peninsula's centre, reminiscent of some landscapes on Moreton Bay Islands; to the opposite coastline of Hazards beach.
I'll post some images separately.

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