Wednesday 1st April
Looks cloudy. Heading off to Penguin. Drove 38 km, lovely drive, nice little seaside town, and then we came on out to Sulphur Creek free camping. Got a real sheltered spot, ocean views. Got here early set up and had lunch. Did the washing, had a hot shower in the sun. Only two other campers here. Did a walk around and found heaps of penguin nests. Got tea early and went to sit out and see what time the penguins come a shore. Well these ones come in later than in nz. We only had two trains go through. Got windy and cooled down. Rained during the night.
Local train transporting cargo to Burnie. View from our camp site, Sulphur Creek, about 8 km north of penguin. View from the opposite way Local race horse being given a warm up by a run down the beach. Our camp site Burnie from the look out, this is the docks where the logs are exported out. Burnie looking south. The lovely statue of the Penguin at the approach of town. Taken while driving so not a good shot. Was walking around looking for nests and there it was a baby looking out so took the shot and left him alone. Love the rocks when the sea is rough. The wee penguins come up these rocks to there nests, but I was taken with all the different colours and shapes. More shapes and colours of rocks.