Whale Watching

The weather the last couple of days has been so beautiful that we decided to travel a little further down the coast to enjoy the lovely days.

From the lookout over Nelson Bay you get to appreciate just how much water there is in the bay.

We decided to do a whale watching tour and fortunately for us we saw three pods of whales which was very exciting.

On a nearly island a colony of seals relax on the rocks and in the water on this warm sunny day.

Back on land koalas also sun themselves in the national park.

As do the parrots.

The amazingly tall Gymea Lilies flowering is triggered by fire. The stem is approx. 2 metres high and the large flower looks like a bunch of red lilies.

Glad we decided to stay on the coast for an extra couple of days.

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5 Responses to Whale Watching

  1. David and Sue says:

    Great photos Jim and Kerry. Thanks for sharing your trip with us……we look forward to more as you make your way back home. Safe travels.

  2. Jenny says:

    Wow! Love those whale pics. Looks like they were playing it up for the camera. Lucky you. I’ve not seen them up close…yet! Enjoy the travels home.

  3. Pauline says:

    Wow! Certainly a great day! How lucky were you to see those whales!

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