Easy: 1.5 – 2hrs, 3km loop The Sea Cliff Nature Walk gives a good introduction to the nature of Cape Nelson. You can watch sea and land birds, kangaroos, echidnas, snakes and lizards. Note the limestone overlying the basalt of rock platforms near sea level. Sturdy footwear is advisable Please…
Cape Nelson State Park
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The picnic areas at Cape Nelson State Park set in quiet bush surroundings are an ideal location for a pleasant meal with family and friends.
A range of linked tracks offer the opportunity to walk as little or as much as desired, allowing you to explore the spectacular coastal cliffs, diverse bird life and picturesque surrounds of the park.
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The quiet bush surroundings of the picnic areas are an ideal setting for a meal with family and friends. Wood barbecues and picnic tables are provided at all sites. As wood is not supplied, visitors must bring wood with them.
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14 Nov 2013
Serendip Sanctuary has four very special new arrivals; four baby Spotted-tail Quolls. The parents were brought to Serendip in September from Halls Gap Zoo, and Ranger Matt Wills says it’s exciting to have the baby quolls as well. “We’ve never had quolls here before, so it’s just great to have…