An impressive sunset, early moonrise, not yet full and lots of birds. This place was not on our list but once here we changed our plans.
The tiny wrens were quite numerous and not particularly shy. A couple were coming right up under our feet in the camp while we sat very quietly. The blue male was not quite so brave and watched from a few metres away.
A tree with lots of red berries was the star attraction for lots of silver eyes. They would fly in and eat the it fill of berries before heading off. Then the next shift arrived. A Robin turned up but never came close. A small marsupial, probably a quite small bandicoot came over the dune and scuttled quickly to the cover of a log.
The beach is part of the 90 mile Beach so there is no end to be seen. Over the high dune it is very windy and actually feels a bit cold. Behind the dune where the camp is the wind is less but once the sun went down a coat was in order.Read more