Good afternoon all, Visual Collective is coming to you from the David Fleay Wildlife Park here on the Gold Coast.
With family in town it was a great excuse to spend most of yesterday at the David Fleay Wildlife Park situated on Tallebudgera Creek.
The park was opened in 1952 by David Fleay, an Australian conservationist best known for his achievements in being the first to successfully breed many types of native animals including the platypus, eagle and snake.
I'm a little embarrassed to say this was my first visit, as it sometimes gets overshadowed by the larger wildlife parks we have here in Queensland, but I must say it's a fantastic park that's easy to get around with plenty of informative shows throughout the day.
If you're looking for a great day out and are keen to get up close with the local wildlife
(as I did during the birds of prey and snake presentation) I highly recommend it.
On the wave front, again nothing to get excited about with the swell hanging around the 2ft mark.
The swell is predicted to pick up slightly during the middle of the week, so fingers crossed for some good waves as its been a while.
Have a great day.