Monday, 13 October 2008

Keeping us in our place

Port Campbell National Park attracts thousands of visitors each year, but we were very impressed with the infrastructure built to direct the hoards away from the precious environment. At Princetown we found this stylish boardwalk, and enjoyed very close encounters with Golden-headed Cisticolas as a result.

At all the attractions there were proper carparks, good signage, well-constructed paths, steps and lookouts. This is The Arch and the one below is a boardwalk at the Twelve Apostles that I though was a bit close to a mighty cliff for my comfort.

And these two photos are tourist shots, taken in Bay of Islands and Loch Ard, just to show that it really is an impressive bit of coastline.

1 comment:

Gouldiae said...

G'day Boobook,
Sometimes we just happen to get things right. Nice to see the Cisticolas hey? Nice series of pics of a part of our world I haven't visited for years - thanks.