Posted on January 3, 2012

The worlds largest marine Autobahn

Romantique/ Travel

West Head is a scenic plateau overlooking the ocean, embedded in a National Reserve, just 30 minutes from Sydney.

Marine creatures, from dolphins, seals and penguins to huge whales like the humpback whale, travel from  Antarctica to warmer, tropical climates to raise their young.

For the day out, I dressed up in a summary shift dress, comfortable sunny Pretty Ballerina and a straw hat to protect myself from the strong Aussie sun.

On the way to West Head, drive through bush land

Humpback whales and Southern right whales are often seen playing in shallow coastal waters, sometimes just beyond the surfline.

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  • Reply rebel January 4, 2012 at 11:25 am

    Wow, the pictures are beautiful and the straw too, so Audrey!

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