Photos Of Koonwarra

I’ve always been impressed with the features of Koonwarra, its upmarket shops, day spa, organically inspired farmers market, pretty scenery, large display of autumn trees lining the highway, the terrific cycling/walking trail and the friendliness of the people.

On this page are some nice photos I took in KOONWARRA are few years ago of the autumn leaves, shops, streets, flowers, fruit and vegetables, the nursery, gardens etc … and here are even more pictures of Koonwarra and the surrounding towns too.

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On Top Of Mount Best

This young girl is standing on top of a rock with a commemorative plaque, in memory of the people who died during bush fires 23rd of January 1906 at Mount Best.

You can see the Toora Wind Generators in the background as well as Mt Oberon at Wilsons Prom. To see how incredibly scenic this area is, you can see a huge range of quality photographs of Wilsons Promontory National Park, or see the entire gallery of South Gippsland Images at lifegames photography.

Top Of Mt Best with view to Toora windfarm

Mouth Of The Powlett River

Powlett River would have to be one of the shortest rivers in Victoria – but don’t let its length fool you – it is really quite beautiful.

I really don’t know much about its history, but apparently it is near this spot that the new desalination plant (at Wonthaggi) has been built.

Photos taken at Powlett River can be seen on the NEW lifegames Photography website where you can use these pictures FREE on your own website or even for advertising…or just drop in to the picnic area and see the river for yourself. You can get there from the Bass Highway between Wonthaggi and Kilcunda.

San Remo Jetty

san remo jetty

Luck allowed me to get this great tourist photo under the San Remo Jetty sign…with a happy family frolicking on the beach in the background.

On the way to Phillip Island, the pretty jetty area here can be viewed from the bridge without even stepping out of the car.

For more pictures of San Remo, go to http://lifegames.com.au/san-remo/

Blackened Tree Trunks

Blackened Tree Trunks After The Wilsons Prom Bush Fires

This Walking Tracks At Wilsons Promontory National Park is part of what is left of the Lilly Pilly Gully Nature Walk.

Fortunately, the beautiful trees and ferns that make up the Lilly Pilly Gully itself, appear to have been saved from devastation.

You can see more pictures taken After The Wilsons Prom Bush Fires in the Landscapes, Bush Fires And Scenery Gallery.