Bob wanted to drive 25 km north to Woolgoolga to check out the coast there. I wanted to see the 'roos in their native habitat on a coastal headland.
The Sikh temple is famous architecture in Woolgoolga.
|Jaiphur Sikh Temple, Woolgoolga, NSW|
We did a quick drive through town and along the coast. Here's Emerald Beach, we'll revisit it a little later.
|Woolgoolga Beach in Woolgoolga|
|The most remote lighthouse in Australia--zoomed in a lot!|
|Masked Lapwing (Vanellus miles) AKA Spur-winged Plover|
|Caught this surfer in the air.|
|Young 'roo very intent on his supper.|
|The 'roos were not afraid of us, just wary.|
|I love the lines in this photo with the 'roos in relief.|
|Small crabs create pretty works of art all over the beach!|
Tomorrow looks good weather-wise so we plan to do the Wonga Walk in Dorrigo National Park. Can't wait. Waterfall Way is our main destination for this part of our trip.
Travel Bug excited about tomorrow.