Our South Eastern Australian National Parks And Reserves
Whenever I enter one of our Australian National Parks, I always feel like I’m on sacred ground … somewhere to be revered, cherished, admired, enjoyed, protected, preserved and celebrated.
Taking Photographs In Wilsons Promontory National Park
I’ve been taking photographs of Wilsons Promontory National Park for 10 years after moving to Mount Best and then to Foster (only 30 minutes drive away) in 2003. I was so impressed by the area that I purchased a “landscape photography licence” so I could legally sell pictures taken here.
Even after I’ve moved once more to The Gold Coast, I’ve deliberately made the time to visit again and again, with the latest road trip in January 2013 giving me a real life indication of the dramatically different landscape that’s been formed after the fires in 2009 and the floods in 2011.
Pictures On This Page Include …
… fairy cove, tongue point, whiskey bay, squeaky beach, cotters beach, the rocks at Wilsons Prom, people playing on the beach, incredible natural heavenly lights shining down from the clouds, the old gnarled trees in the bush, walking across tidal river bridge, interesting weeds, walking tracks, people on the beach, flying a kite, views from tidal overlook, fishing at tidal river, Norman Bay, Squeaky Beach sand dunes, the boardwalks, a seagull, Millers Landing, Corner Inlet, Darby River bridge and more …
Celebrating Australias’ Number 1 Tourist Destination
To further appreciate the beauty, the spaciousness, the incredible work done to preserve this area and the freedom to visit this amazing national park, we’ve added these great panoramas for you to revel in as well. You’re welcome to use them for your own website, for brochures or for printing. Just see the FAQ’s for more details … enjoy!