Pretty Beach – Murramarang National Park, NSW

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Have you ever been to a spot, that you just fell in love with and could picture yourself staying there for longer.  Well that’s how I feel about our recent stay at Pretty Beach.  We have been to lots of different places lately, but this is clearly a stand out.  The wildlife is just amazing, and super friendly, and we went at an opportune time, there was only a few other campers which enabled us to have time at the beach, all to ourselves.

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Over the couple of days we stayed here, there were lots of Kangaroos.  A Mummy had her Joey, protecting it the whole time in her pouch while we were there.  I nearly fell over when she obviously felt safe enough around us that the Joey popped out for a few seconds and we got a sneak peak.  I was so thankful to have my camera out, it was truly amazing to see.  No matter what anybody else says, I think that she saw my baby bump and just felt proud enough to show me her baby.

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What have you seen or experienced that you just felt so lucky to be at the right time or the right place? Have you got a favourite place to travel to?  There is so much to see that I hope we can continue our journey once we welcome our baby into the world so we continue of our journey of experiencing unique things such as this.

Travel safe everyone x

Kell

4 thoughts on “Pretty Beach – Murramarang National Park, NSW

  1. Heike Herrling says:

    Pretty Beach is sooooo lovely! Such a great camp set up there too. Unfortunately when we were there it was a really bad time for washed up dead mutton birds. It happens every few years – where migration birds don’t make it. There were hundreds. It did make it a little nasty to walk on the beach… but there was no denying that it was a beautiful spot. I’d love to go back!

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