A level track wanders between Lake Macquarie and the Pacific Highway to the end of the point, and returns. The vegetation is primarily Eucalypt, Melalueca, Casaurina, Cabbage Tree palms and Mangroves. It is a significant bushland remnant, home to many threatened plant species and to the Regent Honeyeater, Swift Parrot and Squirrel Glider. It is an important staging point or winter residence for migrating honeyeaters, who begin to arrive around Easter each year.
Yes, my easters have changed as well!! Thanks for the great pictures. Sounds like we Victorians are waiting till next summer to maybe catch a glimpse of these guys!ReplyDelete
Love your Easter philosophy! Your shots of the scarlets aint too bad either.