Wilsons Promontory National Park is an unspoilt wilderness area on the south eastern tip of Australia.
It is a wonderful place for bush walking through incredibly diverse landscapes and walking side-by-side with native animals…kangaroos, emus, crimson Rosella’s, wallabies and wombats just to name a few.
But without a doubt it is also the most incredible place to catch a magnificent sunset. This photograph was taken at Cotters Beach. A place with aboriginal artifacts and interesting driftwood to be found as you comb the beach in search of treasures.
Of course, everything you find is protected by law and must stay where it is, but it provides us with a fascinating place to walk and explore.
To see other photographs of the area and find out more information,visit http://south-gippsland.com/cotters-lake.htm. There are so many interesting things to see and do in South Gippsland.