With the shortest day only just behind us you would think that there would not be too many plants and trees in bloom but that is far from the case. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
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Nights draw in and the cooler, fresher days are welcome. A good amount of rain this month has helped the flora whether it is in the process of flowering or dormant. We are seeing the first flush of Flannel flowers for which Tanilba Bay is named. It is the “place of white flowers” in the […]
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This little guy was tiny when he was taken into care by the magnificent Port Stephens Koalas. Fantastic he is now taking his first steps into the wider world. ... See MoreSee Less
Weighing just over a kilo now, Morton is doing well. Here he is being introduced to his outdoor gym to practice his climbing skills on.
He's being a bit of a Mummy's boy keeping in close contact with his carer.
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