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After our wonderful afternoon rock walk from Green Patch Beach to Scottish Rocks in Boorderee National Park, we drove to the top of the peninsula to Murray’s Beach.
Again, we were shown the exquisite beauty of this area. Endless beaches that could easily rank as Australia’s greatest.
Behind Murray’s Beach is a 20 minute walk up to the Governor Head Lookout. This is the place to come for views out to Bowen Island, the home of the local penguin colony, and for possible whales frolicking in the Pacific Ocean.
It was a windy day, so the sea was quite choppy, making it difficult to spot whales. But, the views were beautiful and the walk up through the forest was mystical and magical.
The setting couldn’t have made a better moment for our girls impromptu jam session with sticks and voices. What else do we really need to get the beat going and our toes tapping?
Kalyra took the lead by finding her two sticks, tapping away and setting the tune. Savannah, not one to miss out, and always to follow everything her older sister does, found her own tapping sticks.
Off they went marching through the forest singing, drumming and feeling the beat.
Really, who needs school when you have nature and our own imagination?
Governor Head Lookout is located in Booderee National Park in the Jervis Bay region, about two hours drive (or 160km) south of Sydney.