The wetlands around the Moruya River are all charged with water after prolonged rain. Water birds, including Black Swans, are swimming where we are used to seeing green grass and cattle, or during the decade of drought, just empty brown grass. Here they mix it up a little. The easternmost mountains of the Great Dividing Range rise in the back ground, and our town is about five minutes away in that direction. Moruya is named from a Yuin aboriginal word meaning “home of the black swan”.
Zooming in, a closer view of the birds and cattle …..
and closer still!