Wilderness Coast Walk Photography

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The Wilderness walk starts in Victoria and travels along the coast into NSW (Australia). Starting at Mallacoota the walk goes through the Croajingolong National Park (Victoria) past Cape Howe and into the Nadgee Reserve (NSW) along spectacular coastal scenery. Weather conditions can be very variable and fresh water can be hard to obtain along the track, making this a demanding but spectacular walk.



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First Published: 20160625

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Caption List:

1. Evening light at Mallacoota inlet. Evening light shines on black swans and other birds at Captains Point at Mallacoota inlet, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010005)

2. Evening light at Mallacoota inlet. Evening light shines on wild birds at Captains Point at Mallacoota inlet, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010008)

3. Evening light at Mallacoota inlet. Evening light shines on wild birds as they settle on the water,Captains Point at Mallacoota inlet, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010009)

4. Evening light at Mallacoota inlet. Evening light shines on wild birds as they settle on the water,Captains Point at Mallacoota inlet, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010011)

5. Evening light at Mallacoota inlet. Evening light shines on wild birds and a pelican as they settle for the night,Captains Point at Mallacoota inlet, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010013)

6. Evening light at Mallacoota inlet. Evening light shines on wild birds and a pelican as they settle for the night,Captains Point at Mallacoota inlet, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010015)

7. Early morning light at Mallacouta inlet. Early morning light on the Mallacoota Inlet (ref:ND0010017)

8. Early morning light at Mallacoota Inlet. Morning light at Mallacoota Inlet, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010018)

9. Natures patterns of shells caught in rocks. Patterns on the beach provided by shells caught inbetween rocks on the beach, Mallacoota Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010035)

10. Seaweed on Mallacoota Beach. Seaweed washed up on Mallacoota Beach takes on a skeletal look as the sand drifts across, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010042)

11. Seaweed on Mallacoota Beach. Seaweed washed up on Mallacoota Beach still clinging to the rock, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010045)

12. Walking on the windswept Mallacoota Beach. Walking along Mallacoota Beach as sand whips past in the gale force winds, Croajingolong National Park, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010050)

13. Coastal vegetation in the dunes near Lake Barraco. Coastal vegetation struggling to get a foothold in the dunes near Lake Barracoota, Croajingolong National Park, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010052)

14. Patterns in the sand from the wind in the dunes. Patterns in the dunes caused by the wind near Lake Barracoota, Croajingolong National Park, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010053)

15. Patterns in the sand from the wind in the dunes. Patterns in the dunes caused by the wind near Lake Barracoota, Croajingolong National Park, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010060)

16. Coastal sand dunes near Lake Barracoota. Coastal sand dunes near Lake Barracoota, Croajingolong National Park, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010062)

17. Coastal sand dunes near Lake Barracoota. Patterns in the sand caused by the wind in the coastal sand dunes near Lake Barracoota, Croajingolong National Park, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010065)

18. Coastal sand dunes near Lake Barracoota. Coastal sand dunes in the early morning light near Lake Barracoota, Croajingolong National Park Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010066)

19. Patterns in the sand dunes. Patterns in the sand caused by the wind in the sand dunes near Lake Barracoota, Croajingolong National Park Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010067)

20. Patterns in the sand dunes. Patterns in the sand caused by the wind in the sand dunes near Lake Barracoota, Croajingolong National Park Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010068)

21. Collecting water from Lake Barracoota. Collecting water from Lake Barracoota for the walk in the Croajingolong National Park Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010072)

22. Remains of a telegraph pole in the forest. The remains of an old Telegraph line in the forest and dunes in the Croajingolong National Park Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010075)

23. Lake Barracoota seen when ascending Howe Hill. Lake Barracoota seen while ascending Howe Hill in the Croajingolong National Park Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010077)

24. View from the top of Howe Hill. Surveying the view from the top of Howe Hill in the Croajingolong National Park Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010085)

25. Shells on the beach near Lake Wau Wauka. Shells found washed up on the beach near Lake Wau Wauka in the Croajingolong National Park Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010091)

26. Sun breaking through the storm clouds. Sun breaking through the storm clouds to silhouette the seagulls on the beach at Lake Wau Wauka in the Croajingolong National Park Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010099)

27. Sun breaking through the storm clouds. Sun breaking through the storm clouds to silhouette the seagulls on the beach at Lake Wau Wauka in the Croajingolong National Park Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010106)

28. Camping at Lake Wau Wauka. Campsite in the trees on Lake Wau Wauka in the Croagingolong National park, Victoria Australia (ref:ND0010111)

29. Colours in the water on the beach at Lake Wau Wauk. Brown stained water from the tee trees at Lake Wau Wauka Croagingolong National Park Victoria (ref:ND0010115)

30. Flotsam and Jetsam. Flotsam and Jetsam on the beach near Lake Wau Wauka, Croagingolong National Park, Victoria (ref:ND0010120)

31. Coastal sand dunes north of Lake Wau Wauka. Coastal sand dunes north of Lake Wau Wauka, Croagingolong National Park, Victoria (ref:ND0010124)

32. Trees drowned by the sand dunes. Strark branches of the trees that have beeb drowned by the moving sands of the coastal dunes north of Lake Wau Wauka, Croagingolong National Park, Victoria(ref:ND0010134a)

33. Wreck at Cape Howe. Rusted remains of a wreck at Cape Howe, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW Australia (ref:ND0010138)

34. Wreck at Cape Howe. Rusted remains of a the engine of a wreck at Cape Howe, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW Australia (ref:ND0010143)

35. Wreck at Cape Howe. Rusted remains of a the engine of a wreck at Cape Howe, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW Australia (ref:ND0010144)

36. Strong winds and surf off Cape Howe. Strong winds and pounding surf off Cape Howe, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW Australia (ref:ND0010150)

37. Strong winds and surf off Cape Howe. Strong winds and pounding surf off Cape Howe, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW Australia (ref:ND0010152)

38. Surveying the rough surf off Cape Howe. Bush walker surveying the rough surf off Cape Howe, Nagee Wilderness, NSW, Australia (ref:ND0010154)

39. Surveying the rough surf off Cape Howe. Rough surf off Cape Howe, Nagee Wilderness, NSW, Australia (ref:ND0010156)

40. Flotsam and Jetsam. Rope Flotsam and Jetsam on the beach, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW, Australia (ref:ND0010165)

41. Surf and sands off Cape Howe. Pristine beaches and strong surf off beach near Cape Howe, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW, Australia (ref:ND0010167)

42. Early morning light on the inlet at Little River. Early morning light reflecting on the calm inlet as the ocean waves crash onto the beach in the distance, Little River, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW, Australia (ref:ND0010191)

43. Early morning light on the inlet at Little River. Early morning light reflecting on the calm inlet as the ocean waves crash onto the beach in the distance, Little River, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW, Australia (ref:ND0010192)

44. Crossing Newtons beach. Bush walkers walk along stretches of pristine beaches at Newtons beach Nadgee Wilderness, NSW, Australia (ref:ND0010205)

45. Walking along a fire trail through the Gum forest. Bush walkers walking along the Merrica River fire trail through a forest of Australian Gum trees, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW, Australia (ref:ND0010210)

46. Bush walker crossing river. Bushwalker in the dawn light crossing the Merrica River, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW, Australia (ref:ND0010221)

47. Inspecting the wreck at Wonboyne Beach. Bush walkers inspecting the remains of an old crane wrecked on the rocks at Wonboyne Beach, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW, Australia ( (ref:ND0010223)

48. Wreck at Wonboyne Beach. Remains of a wrecked crane at Wonboyne Beach, Nadgee Wilderness, NSW, Australia (ref:ND0010227)

49. Old Green Cape lighthouse. The old Green Cape lighthouse has been replaced by a modern one. The old building provides an imposing feature in the stormy sky, NSW, Australia(ref:ND0010241a)

50. Dawn at Tathra beach. The lone walker in the morning light on Tathra beach, NSW, Australia (ref:ND0010255a)

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