Shack Bay and the Eagles Nest
Following are some long exposure images from the picturesque beaches of the Bunurong Marine National Park.
The park is located between Cape Paterson and Inverloch. There’s easy access to the beaches via stairs from the cliff tops. Some might say that the access is only easy in one direction, ….the downward direction. 🙂
Pictured above – Eagles Nest as viewed from the rocky platforms to the west of the formation.
Pictured above – The view from Shacks Bay looking east towards the Eagles Nest rock formation.
Pictured above – The view from Eagles Nest looking back towards Shack Bay.
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