Freycinet Peninsula pictures. Freycinet National Park, Tasmania.
Eucalypt trees have protective shells around some of their buds allowing them to be reborn a few years after completely being burnt out in a bushfire, just like in this picture
Eucalypt trees contain a lot of oil, therefore many Australian bushfires spread very rapidly and burn for weeks or months
Eucalypt forest on the Freycinet Peninsula
Huge boulders in the side of Mt Mayson
Wallabies (various smaller kangaroo species are called wallabies) in Freycinet's car park
Fearless (some would call them cheeky) wallabies looking for food
Scenic Wineglass Bay on a not-particularly-beautiful day