|Bass Coast Post||
Pandanus trees, bush chooks and paw-paw salad ... Linda Cuttriss finds herself being seduced by the charms of the tropical north all over again.
For over 150 years, Phillip Island has been a natural haven for weary city folk, writes Linda Cuttriss, but there are dark clouds on the horizon.
From Phillip Island to Inverloch, from the lowlands to the hills, this is Linda Cuttriss’s country.
When the gales blow from the Southern Oceans, Linda Cuttriss finds observing her fellow creatures a sure cure for the winter blues.
When the heat is on, a birdbath is a constant source of entertainment, for animals and humans.
After a rough start this season, Phillip Island’s shearwaters are back in the breeding business.
Watching an epic battle between a cat and a snake prompted
Linda Cuttriss to think about her own encounters with snakes.