Arguably the most popular tourist attraction in Inverloch is only eight kilometres from the town centre along Cape Patterson Road. It' is Eagles Nest, a rock formation visible from afar as you approach it from several locations.
At sea level, a different perspective of Eagles Nest is seen. There is something special about being at sea level at the base of towering cliffs. At low tide, Eagles Nest can be reached over many rocks.
At the start of this path, several small birds were evident flittering through low bushes. A southern yellow robin paused long enough for a couple of photos. I was unable to identify the other small brown bird which preferred the grass. I also caught a fleeting glimpse of a blue wren.
As I arrived at the car park I saw several people in an elevated position staring at what I assumed was Eagles Nest. When I joined them, Eagles Nest was not in sight. I then saw the display board that proclaimed it as a whale watching site.