Ulladulla Burrill Lake Circuit

Wednesday 13 September 2017

Photos by Denise & Karen M

Karen C introduced the group to a new walk behind Ulladulla along the northern shore of Burrill Lake and through Kings Point.  It started in the shady Ulladulla Wildflower Reserve with a break for morning tea beside Burrill Lake.  The dry season has not been good for wildflowers, but we spotted flowering wedding bush and several outcrops of blue sun and pink lady finger orchids.  High up in a tall blackbutt tree by the water’s edge, keen eyes also spotted a sea eagle’s nest.  The photo doesn’t do it justice.

Thanks Karen, it’s always enjoyable wandering through the bush, but is a bonus to see something new and interesting along the way.

Karen M