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Phillips Island
03/14/2012

The lake is inhabited by a flock of black swans. Hence, the name: Swan Lake. Here is one of them.

Phillips Island
03/14/2012

When we reached Swan Lake, it was actually more of a pond than a lake. It was early evening and the wildlife was coming down to the lake to get drinks of water. You can see one of the Wallabies that has come down for a drink. It is called a White Tipped Wallaby after the white tip of fur on its tail.

Phillips Island
03/14/2012

Here is another wallaby that we spied as we trekked down the trail.

Phillips Island
03/14/2012

After enjoying the beach, we next stopped at the Swan Lake and trekked along its nature trail. Along the way we spied a number of wild wallabies in the brush. Here is one of them.

Phillips Island
03/14/2012

Here is my lovely bride. Only she can make the beautiful beach in the background be jealous.

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