We entered the track behind the self-registration stand at Burrum Point Camping Area and did the walk counter-clockwise. We noticed straight away that not many people had used the track. Our camping neighbours had been in the campground for three weeks but had not done the walk as they were enjoying themselves fishing every day. The walk started in a dry paperbark forest before changing to coastal woodland.
|Rufous Whistler with catch.|
|Swamp Tiger, Purple Crow, Varied Eggfly, large Grass Yellow. These are my photos but I had to use a free collage service due to damaging my computer and loosing my collage program.|
|Brown Ringlet, closed (L), open (R)|
|Evening Brown: colour variants.|
|It is only a short extension to the bird hide.|
We enjoyed this walk; especially because of all the butterflies we saw. If this is a longer walk than you usually do then keep in mind it is an easy Class 2 walk which makes it quite achievable.