First a drive to Moonlight Heads, park the car, and then a walk to Submarine Cove. You can see why it is called Submarine Cove. Once we started walking it started to rain and didn’t really stop until we left Moonlight Heads again. We were wet for the whole walk – very cooling. Thankfully the temperatures were more in line with summer and we didn’t get cold.
Wasn’t the best for taking photos though. Once we arrived at the Cove it was way too wet to get the camera out.
Highly unusual rock formation on the walk down to the Cove.
On the way down we nibbled on these white berries – tasted like lemonade.
And these – native red currants (Coprosma quadrifida). Beautiful.
We made it back to the top - Annie with a backpack overflowing with drift wood.
And me – soaked. And filthy from clawing my way up a very slippery and steep incline. Certainly got my dose of exercise today.