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.
The kookaburra abounds at the camping area of Carnarvon Gorge. It is evident that they have been fed by many campers as they are quite cheeky, and will take food from your hand, fly into the camp and sit on the chairs or tables waiting for an opportunity to pounce. Canarvon Gorge, was an outstandingContinue reading “Kookaburra King of Carnarvon Gorge”
Camping on the banks of the River with the water held back by the Jack Taylor Weir, creates a back water, that in front of us was beautiful, deep and still, the sun setting over the river gums and the white cockatoos flying in