Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Hopkins River Mouth and Logans Beach - Warrnambool

During our holiday in Warrnambool, we spent a morning at the Hopkins River Mouth and Logans Beach.

From May to October, Southern Right Whales come to play, give birth and nurse their calves. But right now, it's our playground. 







The beach in the background is absolutely packed with the Victorian Nippers championships.

This bush was up at the toilets/carpark. It had white butterflies all over it.


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15 comments:

  1. Wow what a stunning place. Love how you captured it. I love the pic of dad and his girls!!

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    1. It was a great morning on the beach. Was also awesome that Brett spent some time the girls so I could take some photos :)

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  2. LOVE the second image. What a stunning capture and a wonderful memory for your family, Alicia. X

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    1. It is a nice shot of the Brett and the girls xx

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  3. Gorgeous photos of your family holiday - thanks for sharing!

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  4. Your photos are glorious Alicia! I love the seaweed one at the top, can almost smell the salty air x

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  5. We did the GOR trip but never made it to Warrnambool, gorgoeus photos.

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  6. Love a great beach that covers swimming and exploring!

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    1. We spent all morning there, lots of exploring to do. The kids had a ball.

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  7. I was just saying to the hubby I wish we had rock pools to take kids to see crabs etc - must be some around not too far from here. Love the pic of girls with dad x

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    1. Yeah that is a nice photo. Must be somewhere around the place you can take the kids for a short trip to spend half a day. :)

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  8. Yes, I like delicious day at the beach! Beautiful photos!

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  9. That looks like a beautiful place to relax!

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  10. Stunning photos. Is the first image of seaweed? It looks like a sculpture :)

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