Anyway, we went through a lot of brush where we saw tons of birds that we first thought must be Willie Wagtails but later discovered some of them at least to be New Holland Honeyeaters. We followed a path along the coast above spectacular cliffs and crashing waves.
|Cory gets even for all the picture-taking|
Exuberant as we were at the scenery, we were careful not to do any handstands at the cliff's edge near Wedding Cake Rock (the way some guy fell to his death a couple of years ago, according to the guy at the concession stand at the park entrance).
Unfortunately, Wedding Cake Rock is thought to be about to collapse, sometime within the next 10 years.
|Closeup of amazing holes "eaten" into rocks above one of the waterfalls|
This is whale-watching season, so we thought we might see some migrating whales, but no luck on that count. Oh well, we saw so many amazing birds and plants --- and we can see whales when we get back to our own coast!
See that rock next to Cory---here's a closeup of it.
|Just like the guy said in the video, the rock on top is tremendously undercut!|
|Pretty sure this is a cormorant|
|Another New Holland Honeyeater|
|Back at the park entrance, we found some very friendly sulphur-crested cockatoos|
|The ones not on your shoulders nip at your ankles.|