Wilsons Promontory National Park on the south-eastern tip of Australia, is a protected, unspoilt wilderness area where a diverse array of native flora and fauna can easily be seen from the many walking tracks, boardwalks, beaches, rivers and mountain tops.
These brightly coloured crimson rosellas sat on my daughters shoulder and even pinched some food from out of her hand while we were eating lunch.
The area is well signed, warning people not to feed the animals as it can cause dependency, illness and menacing behaviours. Parks Victoria (who maintain the national park) have done a terrific job to create an environment where the wildlife can be viewed and photographed, yet remain in their natural habitat.
To see more great photographs or find out more about the walking tracks at Wilsons Promontory National Park, go to http://south-gippsland.com/wilsonsprom-tracks.htm. You might be surprised with what you find!