Killarney Breach, Mepunga Cliffs, Hopkins Falls and Framlingham
Bird sightings included
Some highlights included
The variety and colour of seaweeds.
The interesting sculpured cliff faces.
The slowly-felt identity with the million year old rock formations: such strength, such silence, such resilience.
The way history has shaped the land and the aboriginal influence on the spitituality of the falls.
The aboribinal influence. “A society with 40.000 year plus history must have lessons we (with about a 3000 to 5000 year history) could and should learn. The aboriginal way may yet prevail again – the way we have shaped our world to this point.”
The contrast of the remnant vegetation on the limestone at Lake Gilear.
The basalt columns at Hopkins Falls. Not as spectacular as others such as the Organ Pipes, but still fascinating.
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The Secretary SEANA C/- Ringwood Field Naturalists Club PO Box 418 Ringwood VIC 3134