Ashore on Great Keppel Island

Beach at Great Keppel Island

We put our dinghy back in the water today and paid a visit to the mostly uninhabited Great Keppel Island, which is a national park.  We are already in crocodile country, which freaked us out a little bit even though they rarely come out to the offshore islands.  The saltwater crocs range up to 24 feet and can be rather unfriendly.  No sign of them ashore.  Just a couple miles of perfect beach.  We also walked in the bush on a path, carefully looking for spider webs stretched across the way.  Here are some photos of this place.


Flora of Great Keppel Island


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