Fabulous Photos Of The Walkways, Tracks, Roads and Boardwalks
One of the best places I’ve ever visited is Wilsons Promontory National Park. The scenery is incredibly varied from beach to mountain, bush, scrub land, rocky outcrop, rivers, lush native Australian rainforest, fern gullies, flat open grassland, tee tree filled valley, sandy dune and gum tree lined roadways.
What you see varies on the season and the extreme conditions that remote areas of country tend to experience, from howling winds, occasional drought, torrential rain, flooding and fires. Pictures on this page specifically include those of the boardwalks, walk ways, gravel paths, bridges, roads, beach tracks and others taken inside the gates of this magnificent national park. Included are some taken just after the bush fires and after the floods.
PLACES INCLUDE: Darby River, Tidal River Board Walks, Mount Bishop, Millers Landing Nature Walk, Mount Oberon, Tidal Overlook, Lilly Pilly Gully Nature Walk, Norman Bay, Norman Point, Whiskey Bay, Vereker Outlook, Squeaky Beach, Cotters Lake And Beach, Darby Beach, Darby River and the Drift Track.
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