Tower Hill Reserve
Not far (the Australian scale) Port Campbell, near Warrnambool, there Nature Reserve Tower Hill. This reserve is in the collapsed crater of an ancient volcano. A lake was formed. Today this territory was returned to the Aborigines. In this "hole" natural kind of "Lost World" live kangaroos, emus, koalas. Say it right away, once again we did not see any kangaroos. By against emus are everywhere, including around the picnic tables. The emu is one of two animal symbol of Australia. Koalas also sleeping in the eucalyptus park. The koala is a 0 carbon animal because it eats very little and very little consommr. So still a place to see free and easy.
We did a walk through the park and saw birds, but also reptiles turtle, lizard Tiliqua rugosa and copperhead snake or tiger snake. Regarding the snake, even if we are not on his name, I think we do not want. It is in any way without fatal existing anti venom. Following the meeting on the roadside, we decide that our nature outings would be now with the shoes.
This small reserve is very friendly but not very well marked.
The evening with a barbecue we ate French or almost: pad kangaroo pasta.
Tags : australia, tower hill, warrnambool, port cambell
CommentairesAucun commentaire pour le moment
Suivre le flux RSS des commentaires
Ajouter un commentaire