Munmorah State Conservation Area, NSW, Australia
Here a few photos taken at Munmorah SCA. This park is located about 50 km south-west of Newcastle, NSW. It is a coastal park that, despite its proximity to a power station, offers a lot for nature lovers, with various types of habitat, including a lake (Lake Munmorah), beaches, rugged cliffs and coastal rockfaces and heath, plus hilly country with creeks flowing through it. In line with the diversity of the landscape, the fauna at Munmorah SCA is also diverse. Amongst other species (see below) we have found there, e.g., coastal banksia. Note that some photos presented on this website are available FOR SALE.
Caves at Snapper Point
Fraser beach at Munmorah SCA
When they are this young, "grass trees" deserve their name
Huge bottlebrush tree
As from other coastal areas, one can observe migrating whales from the headlands of Munmorah SCA
The photos shown here were taken from Wybung Head; the whales were about 1 km out to sea
New Holland Honeyeaters are one of the most common bird species frequenting banksias at Munmorah SCA
Interested in more photos from this National Park? If so, please contact us by email (see footer).