It shows the delightfully colourful array of potted Australian Wild Flowers, this wholesale business supplies right around the country. The metal trolley in the centre of the pathway adds a focal point and combines well with the straight rows of red kangaroo paw in the background.
It’s ohhh so nice to sit out the front of a luxury catamaran and enjoy the view, a pleasant chat and feel the wind gently blow away all my worries. This picture was taken from onboard “The Nooramunga” during a sailing trip out towards Snake Island.
Inverloch – A truly delightful place to visit, have a bite to eat at one of the boutique-style cafes, (I really like the Tsunami Cafe for their gluten free menu), shop for antiques, home furnishings and clothing, take a drive to the Bunurong Coastal Park, stay at one of the luxury accommodation places or at the RACV Resort, or simply relax on the beach at Anderson Inlet.
Inverloch make a great 2 hour day trip from Melbourne and can be accessed from either the Bass Highway or from the South Gippsland Highway (turn right at Korumburra or Leongatha). Good family environment with a shell museum, boating facilities, excellent fishing spots, safe swimming and have fun exploring the many rock pools.
The native flora growing in coastal areas of South Gippsland, Australia, is something quite special. This one was found at Cape Liptrap Coastal Park where the winds are high and the rain storms can be vicious.