Near this walkway at Munmorah State Conservation Area, administered by National Parks & Wildlife Services, signage reads "birds travel thousands of kilometres to nest on islands along the coast of south east Australia. The island you can see from here is Birdie Island - once used as a practice bombing target in World War II. Now protected as a nature reserve the island is an importan nesting site for migratory waterbirds including oystercatchers and shearwaters.
On the other side of the parking area here is a lovely walking path where these shrubs were flowering
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