This past week has seen contrasts in climate and terrain: together with my fellow photographer friend, I've experienced a damp walk on the fringes of the Kuitpo Forest, followed by a glorious sunny but cool day seeking the non-existent Mannum Waterfall (not enough rainfall yet!).
Tuesday, May 18, 2021
Tuesday, May 4, 2021
I believe this is a species of Banksia - spotted en route
Sunday, April 25, 2021
Last week a dear friend and I visited Monarto Safari Park, about an hour's drive east of Adelaide. It covers more than 1500 ha and is home to 50+ species of exotic and native mammals, birds & reptiles with more than 500 animals roaming in a natural safari-style setting.
Currently the Park is in the process of becoming the largest safari park outside of Africa and, in due course, will offer resort accommodation together with open-sided vehicle tours. At present tours are provided by bus that takes you through territory occupied by lions, cheetahs, giraffes, rhinoceros, zebra, wild Mongolian horses, ostrich & emu to mention a few.
In addition, one can choose to have more "up close & personal" experiences with selected animals and a keeper - we opted for feeding the giraffes!
The weather was great and it was a full but wonderful day out.