Here is a nice YouTube video that was posted recently about the Landcare group doing some fabulous work.
(For koala watchers there is a lovely little one in the video!)
As you can tell, I am not a professional photographer (in fact, this echidna was snapped on my iPhone).
Imagine what someone who knew what they were doing could produce!
Raymond Island is a plentiful smorgasbord for either amateur or professional photographers.
The scenery is amazing.
Flora and fauna are amazing.
All on an island 6km long – so easy to find subjects.
If you are interested in Wildlife Photography you should definitely come for visit.
I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.
You can just wander or drive around the island yourself.
Alternatively, there are a couple of the locals who occasionally do guided walks.
They have intimate knowledge of Raymond Island and may show you hidden gems like native orchids.
On the walk you can usually see koalas aplenty, kangaroos grazing and incredible bird life.
If you are lucky (and an early riser) you might get to photograph the dolphins swimming through the straits.
Just bring yourself and a camera and delight in what Raymond Island can offer.