What a great score this place was. 😀
After having no waves for the entire trip along the Great Ocean Road, Huey finally made magic happen!
We’d visited this place 15 years ago and saw a flat ocean. So good to finally see this place pumping. It’s a pretty hectic break with lots of water moving around. First day was 4-6 ft with beautiful lines pealing along the beach and the odd clean up set. Matt surfed his brains out. Unfortunately it was just too big for the kids and I.
The next day the swell maxed out the beach and became unsurfable (though a few tried) even though it was spectacular to watch.
Check it out! 🤙
When seen in the open, the Green Heron flicks its tail then raises and lowers its crest. They also extend their neck when hunting for food in hard-to-reach places and males will extend their necks to attract a mate. An iridescent green color runs along the back of the Green Heron, hence its name.Their diet can consist of aquatic insects, tadpoles, crayfish, minnows, snakes, and small rodents. Check out this Audubon field guide to learn more: https://www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/green-heron
Any #outlander fans recognize this church?! Its from season 1, where the witch trials were filmed. 🤓🤓🤓. Make sure to arrange in advance if you want to see the interior... This is also the part of the trip where the unsuspecting SO realized i duped him into going on an outlander/history tour 🤓😏😅😂🤣😎