A family of emus on the beach at Surfleet Cove. Dad at the back and 7 adolescents in front.
We walked sections of the 36km Investigator Trail which goes around the northern peninsula of Lincoln NP. Flinders boat, the Investigator, stopped here and he sent some sailors in to look for water – unsuccessfully I believe.
Yet another beautiful little cove at Lincoln NP.
On our walk around Donington Peninsula, Lincoln NP. Note the low shrubby flora. A lot of variety in the shrubs, some were flowering.
Donington Point lighthouse.
Overlooking one of the rocky shorelines of Lincoln NP. This one is on the eastern coastline.
Colourful stones. Eastern coastline of Lincoln NP.
Arty shot of a pelican and a cormorant at rest. Lincoln NP
We crossed the peninsula from east coast to west coast. The inland part of the walk has more trees and taller shrubs.
This is our campsite at Fisherman Point in Lincoln NP, at low tide. Do you see Priscilla on the top of the cliff? We loved it here so much we stayed for a lot longer than planned. Access to the beach was very easy down a well-formed path.
“Our” beach. Taken from our campsite at Fisherman Point, Lincoln NP.
Another view of our great campsite at Fisherman Point, Lincoln National Park.
Our idyllic campsite for 5 nights. Fisherman Point camp in Lincoln National Park.
Contemplating sunset at Fisherman Point campsite. This is a Pacific Gull – a much larger bird than the Silver Gulls we are used to, but smaller then the Kelp Gull that are also on this coastline.
Low tide. Photo taken from our campsite at Fisherman Point, Lincoln National Park
Awww – how happy is he! He’s just found the geocache.
This old farm equipment is by the roadside in Lincoln National Park. Goodness knows when it was last used. Anyway it is, apparently, the site of a geocache.
Old farm equipment at Lincoln National Park. I found the construction of the wheels quite interesting. Still can’t see that geocache that’s hidden here.
Aww look at that sad face! No geocache could be found. 🙁
The Port Lincoln Parrot. Thanks Wikicommons.
Couldn’t leave Port Lincoln without trying the blue fin tuna (for me) and the salt-bush lamb for Steve. Very, very good, believe me!