Bryce finds a great shell
Looking out towards Point Perpendicular
Perfect conditions for a beach walk
We came upon a sea of red. So much seaweed that the crashing waves were even red!
Port Jackson shark egg casing
The red cliffs of weed (that'll stink later!)
High sand ridges
Moona Moona Creek
Thousands of soldier crabs were at Moona Moona
Bryce and Liam spent some time catching them
Bowen Island in the distance now (where the Little Penguins live)
The water was so calm
We explored the rocks - and looked for interesting things!
Listening for the ocean
Liam had a go too!
Very cool shells
Beautiful scallop shell
Liam in the tidal pool
They're building a new pathway that circles the HMAS Voyager memorial in Huskisson
While we had lunch at the Husky Pub - we watched dolphins coming right into harbour with the whale and dolphin watching boat. You can see one just behind the boat in this photo.
One the walk back I noticed this memorial (from 1900)
Heaps of rainbow lorrikeets
Up close and personal
Bird of Paradise
I think the lorrikeets have taken over this house...bit of a block party!
The pod of dolphins stayed close to the shore and we were able to watch them swim around for quite a while. Chy-Anne snapped this photo from the Husky pathway.
Near the end of the walk we sat on the beach and watched the dolphins -
the perfect end to a great walk!