Kookaburra

Kookaburra

With our new car, we took another drive up to the Ku-Ring-Gai National Park, this time to Bobbin Head.

It was very wet in Sydney when we left, so we crossed our fingers it would ease off! We were pretty lucky with the weather, and managed to get away with a quick tea, coffee and Tim Tam stop, two short walks (with kangeroos) AND a two hour trip in a tinny boat without getting rained on!

Our Tinny Boat

Our Tinny Boat

We hired the tinny for two hours for $70 and took it up the river towards the coast, checking out the cool scenery of the National Park on the way, with gum trees going right down to the water. With the poor weather there weren’t a lot of other people about. We anchored to a buoy at an inlet near Cottage Point for a tasty ploughman’s picnic. We got back just as the cloud started greying and the wind picking up.

Captain Matt

Captain Matt

After the boat ride we took a walk around near the visitor centre and saw more kangeroos. Its going to be a long time before I stop thinking seeing them out and about in the countryside is just awesome!

 

Kangeroo!

Kangeroo!

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