Tarra Bulga National Park Photos

Beautiful Photo Of Corrigans Walk Way Bridge

It’s easy to line up photos of straight angled images such as bridges, fences and power lines, but it’s often more difficult in low light conditions like the shaded and sheltered rain-forested national parks in Victoria. I love the way the tree ferns and even the dried leaves on the Blackwood trees, enhance the directness of this path way.

Suspension Bridges always amaze me with their strength of construction … and this one at Tarra Bulga in Victoria, Australia is no different. The park has many other interesting features, waterfalls, walking tracks, a visitor center, gigantic tree ferns, picnic benches and BBQ’s, huge Mountain Ash trees.

The walking tracks here are fantastic, and much safer to use in the drier summer months when the boardwalks aren’t so slippery. This national Park has a mystical quality and it wouldn’t surprise me if a forest fairy poked it’s head out from behind a large tree root – but then I can always image!

It’s been a while since I took pictures in Tarra Bulga National Park, and I look forward to going back again really soon.



Flowers Under A Tree

McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park is a lovely place to visit to see regular art exhibitions, enjoy a delicious coffee or snack in the beautifully built cafe overlooking the dam, take a picnic and sit under a tree OR wander through the pleasant gardens that meander through some very interesting sculptures.


Wattle Flowers In Full Bloom

Native Australian Wattle Flower

These wattle trees grow commonly throughout the South Eastern states of Australia and are used as a native emblem of this country.

Some people are alergic to their fine scent…other people appreciate the fresh aroma.

Whatever the case, they really make a smashing display on the roadsides and gardens and are quite long lasting in vases.