Tuesday, 18 November 2014

South Coast Camping

We have just returned from a camping trip at Bendalong on the NSW South Coast. We got back to nature at Conjola National Park, Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve and Booderee National Park. Our activities included bush walking, wildlife watching, feeding stingrays, rock pooling, paddling, snorkelling, swimming, beach combing, fossil hunting, dune running, and four wheel driving. We spotted plenty of wildlife including fish, rays, crabs, jellyfish, kangaroos, bandicoots, goanas, parrots, sea eagles, plovers, oyster catchers, butterflies, red belly black snake and other things I've forgotten. Of course there was still time for the campsite's jumping pillow and water play area along with BBQs and ice-creams.

Heading towards a huge rockpool on Bendalong beach

Monument Beach

Colourful Rocks

Narrawallee Creek where 2 of us skinny dipped!

Bluebottle aka Portuguese Man of War Jellyfish

Lake Conjola

Huge stingrays at Bendalong boat ramp

Rays about 1.5m wide!

Jervis Bay

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