Sunland Holiday Village 

Mother & Joey

Echidna

checking out the

gadden

Young wombat

on the lawn

Male Superb Blue

wren

Female Superb

Blue wren

Who's pinching

my fruit?

Mr & Mrs Wren

Southern Right

whale & calf

Mother seal

Baby enjoying

the beach

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Hard work and foresight on the

part of Pat and Keith, together

with the assistance of

conservation minded fellow

nudists, has produced a unique

coastal sand dune and bush

environment. Sunland is the

home of a wide variety of flora

and fauna.

Wildlife is abundant, kangaroos

and wombats visit the camp

every day and echidna are often

spotted around the grounds.

Emu tracks are often seen on

"Big Bertha", the largest dune on

the property but sightings are

usually a glimpse of the tail end

disappearing over the dunes.

At various times of the year you

can see sea lions and fur seals

along the beach and Southern

Right whales were recently

spotted inside the reef.

The occasional snake wanders

by but if left alone they are not a

problem and are probably more

frightened of us than we are of

them.

You can often find  several

varieties of lizards around the

camp sunning themselves on the

tree stumps

The smaller birds of Sunland are

far from reclusive. Superb blue

wrens and scrub wrens regularly

visit "Happy Hour" and will

readily sit on your finger for a bit

of cheese. Most animals seem

very relaxed with naturists

around. A list of bird species

sighted on the property is

available.