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Limeburners Creek National Park, NSW, Australia

Here a few photos taken at Limeburners Creek NP. This NP is located on the NSW coast, between Port Macquarie and Kempsey. It offers a mixture of beaches, coastal dunes, coastal cliffs and some littoral rainforest at Big Hill. On the way to Limeburners Creek NP from Crescent Head one passes through Goolawah NP. Note that some photos presented on this website are available FOR SALE.

Sign at the park entrance

View from Little Nobby at Crescent Head southward along the NSW coastline, showing Delicate Nobby and Racecourse Headland, then Big Hill behind those two, and Point Plomer in the far distance

Closer look at Point Plomer from Big Hill

Cliff at Big Hill, with Point Plomer in the background

Near-lateral view of a Short-tailed Shearwater in low flight, almost touching the water with its wing tip; note the feet protruding beyond the end of the short tail, which is an identifying characteristic of the species
[Point Plomer, Limeburners Creek NP, NSW, October 2013]

Near-frontal view of a Spectacled Monarch
[Limeburners Creek NP, NSW, October 2013]

From headlands, such as Point Plomer, one can see marine life, in this case a dolphin
[Limeburners Creek NP, NSW, October 2013]

Whale seen far out at sea
[Limeburners Creek NP, NSW, October 2013]

A turtle passing by closer to shore
[Limeburners Creek NP, NSW, October 2013]

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