the attraction is accessed via a skyride. In summer enjoy the resident grizzly bears, a live lumberjack show and wild birds in motion. Plus, shopping, a mountain zipline, fine dining as well as casual cafe dining. In winter enjoy skiing and snowboarding, skateing pond and snowshoeing.
we found emus along the side of the road, they were grazing the dry grass and generally just hanging around. There was a mother with three teenage chicks, a couple of lonely bachelors and a pair. They watched us, ignored us and then started racing us. We stopped to just watch them with the droopy feathers hanging down their torso and back, their strong black beaks and
nesting seagulls, in holes in the timber, some with eggs, the hopefuls with no eggs, but still nesting, and to my delight, two chicks, one brave and up on top to view the world and the other
Between the lake shore and the caravan park is bushland that is a haven for bird life. With bountiful food, in fish and redclaw to be found in the waters of Lake Maraboon, the surrounding scrub abounds with birds flying from bush to tree and hiding among the rocks.
Portrait of peacock calling to his mate
Sometimes a pest, always beautiful, this cockatoo was playing the comic as he drank from the pipe dripping into Wollundry Lagoon
Emus Running along the side of the road as we travelled past them, almost as though they were trying to race us
The early morning surfers were out and the joggers maintaining fitness before heading off to work, we always nod hello as they passed and the tourists at a more leisurely pace, like us, enjoying the moment, before heading back to the Margaret River Beach Resort for breakfast
An amazing creative work of nature. Perfect symmetry in the unique feathers and brilliant colours of jade, emerald and irredescent blue shade of purple. Peacocks photographed in Wagga Botanic Gardens
A beautiful Jabiru, a black-necked stork, a tall wading bird. Spotted on our Yellow Waters Sunset Wildlife Cruise, Kakadu National Park, NT