A few more snippets of last Sunday afternoon at Bendalong. So close to home, yet I haven’t been there for years.
It was so beautiful and secluded, yet so many families found there way there that afternoon. Two hours of adventure; we saw a huge sting ray, about 5 feet across plus tail, coming in for a feed, a sea eagle and a family of kangaroos. Lots of little robins and wrens…. and most of all, a place I had to return to!
Seagulls at Boat Harbour Bendalong
Large stingrays often visit “Boat Harbour” and enjoy scraps fed to them by fishermen cleaning their fish
Sea eagles keep watch over the waters and headlands
A family of kangaroos in a beautiful sunny patch of soft long grasses and lillies
Seagull perched on fish cleaning table
Around the rocks at Boat Harbour – Bendalong in monochrome
A walk around the headland led us to this very pleasant resting point
One of Bendalong’s headlands
Late afternoon at Washerwomans Beach – Bendalong