Victoria – Australia- Warm evening over the Thurra…the Sun sets behind the dunes..cant wait to get back there…Nikon D60 and Sigma 10 – 20 Lens
We have everything here, nature, beauty, spectacle, location, fishing, surf, sun, sand, good friends, wildlife, coastline, and rocking sunsets, sunrises to capture amongst everything else.
Thurra River Camping Ground – Croajingolong National Park – Set on the coast line where the river meets Victoria’s East Coast. – Point Hicks and its lighthouse is nearby. The river is a source of so much life. You can walk to the base of the dunes which is about 25 minutes pending water height and or your personal fitness. I prefer to take the walk on my way back from the dunes as it’s so refreshing and after three hours or so in the dunes which is an awesome walk in itself I quite often find the walk back down the Thurra the best part. Eels, mullet and the odd red bellied black or water dragon are the most common sights here although one year I spotted an Azure Kingfisher in the mahogany gums which line the river.