Saturday, 13 October 2012

Tower Hill

While at Port Fairy, we spent a morning at Tower Hill.  This national park, situated in a large volcanic crater, has been revegetated over the years and now has lots of vegetation and wildlife, including emus, koalas, kangaroos/wallabies and many varieties of birds.  It also has numerous rabbits! 
When we were last there, the water levels were very low.  This time, the lakes and wetlands had much more water in them.
There are a number of very interesting walks, and we did two of them.    We didn't see any kangaroos, but we did spot an emu and a koala.



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