At Cape Northumberland we saw some Birdlife. Lucky we had the binoculars with us, as we really needed them.
The Birds turned our to be Cormorants nesting on the ledges of one of the carved rocks, I imagine quite safe from predators there!
Other sea birds were around, but these were the only ones nesting.
This is the first Aussie town I've been to which had in its park not the usual war canon, but a former real German Mine!
It washed ashore here in Port MacDonnell in 1943 (little knowing it would one day go on display as the centrepoint in a park as a bit of a tourist attraction!)
Funny, I always thought Mines were more 'spiky' than this.
There it is, with the beach in the background.
This building, also on the beachfront (the town is so small that most things are on the beachfront side) was once the customs house, in close proximity to the pier.
Now it looks as though it is a grand private residence.