South Coast 3-4 Feb 07

Subject: South Coast 3-4 Feb 07
Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2007 11:40:07 +1100

We spent a thoroughly enjoyable weekend at the Surf Beach Resort. It is the
only place I am aware of which has well groomed walking trails through warm
temperate rainforest and wet sclerophyll forest in the Bateman's Bay area.
Highlights from the trip were:

Outside our cabin - White-headed Pigeon, Musk Lorikeets, Red-browed Finch.
Wallaby Trail  - Cicadabird, Superb Lyrebird, Brown-headed Honeyeaters.
Tree Fern Walk - Brown Gerygone.
Old Horse Trail - Black-faced Monarch, Eastern Whipbird, Lewin's
Honeyeater, Rufous Fantails.


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