Great acts are made up of small deeds.
Today P:-) and I decided to investigate the Booderee National Park, on the shore of Jervis Bay. First we went to Green Patch and walked down to the beach which had very white sand.
|Beach at Green Patch|
|View across to Point Perpendicular from Green Patch|
Then we drove a little further around the bay to Murray's beach
|Path in Botanic Gardens|
|Stag-horns in a turpentine tree|
|Treeferns on the edge of the Waratah Garden|
|Ti Tree flowers|
Meanwhile back at the caravan park
The hibiscus below is of course not a native, but was taken at the caravan park. It was so pretty it seemed worth inclusion.
|Hibiscus in the camping area|
There were lots of noisy birds in the trees - rosellas and lorikeets, but they rarely flew close enough to photograph. Below is a lone magpie which was quite brave amd kept coming back to our camp.
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