Man-made and Natural

We are staying at Lakes Entrance so today we took a drive which encompassed a variety of scenery.

Trestle bridge at Nowa Nowa

This is a disused trestle bridge at Nowa Nowa.  It is deteriorating and I do not know when it was built but it is an amazing piece of engineering from days gone by.

Ninety Mile Beach at Lake Tyers

This is the eastern end of Ninety Mile Beach near Lake Tyers.

Here are a couple more images from our travels yesterday when we drove from Wilson’s Promontory to Lakes Entrance.

Jetty at Port Welshpool

This jetty at Port Welshpool is another construction from earlier times.  Unfortunately, it is not possible to walk along it.

View on Wilson's Promontory

This view was taken at Wilson’s Promontory looking across Glennie Bay to Mt Oberon in the distance.

The photo below was our first glimpse of Ninety Mile Beach.  We were at Woodside Beach which is at the western end.

Woodside Beach

The dune vegetation was pretty.

Dune vegetation

Unlike the first part of the trip, the last couple of days has been uncharted waters for us.  We had never travelled east of Melbourne so this has all been new to us.

We will continue to traverse roads we have never driven tomorrow when we head further east to Cann River before heading north to Canberra, the national capital.

More about that tomorrow.

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