The second running of this cattle drive occurred 8th-14th April, 2018.
So there you go, a sample of the experience.
This post is of the spectacular Purling Brook (Purlingbrook) Falls and Goomoolahra Falls (also known as Bilbrough Falls) within Springbrook National Park – itself within the fabulous Scenic Rim region of Queensland.
What’s not to like about rainbows among waterfalls 😉
The first two images are taken with a drone: the first image is a two image vertical panorama, and the second is a single frame.
This post is of the spectacular ‘Natural Bridge’ feature within Springbrook National Park – itself within the fabulous Scenic Rim region of Queensland. It requires a short and gentle scenic hike that is well worth taking.
At the beginning of the trail there is a junction: turn left and walk the circuit in a clockwise direction for the easiest hike (take steps down rather than ascend). Here is the junction point showing the “left” option…
The serene Weeping Rock, near the town of Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains, NSW.
Ah, to have more time to explore and be awed by Fiordland National Park! And a revisit in late winter/early spring is in order too.
We ventured along the Te Anau – Milford Highway, to hike the Key Summit, a day-hike portion of the Routeburn Track, beginning at The Divide. Spectacular!
Here is a portion of the view from the end of Key Summit.
Hiking (“tramping” in NZ) up to Key Summit.
A loo with a view – sort of.
Driving into Fiordland National Park in the morning we noticed a field of lupins and thought that it would be worth a look on the way out that evening. What a beautiful scene it turned out to be!
This is Cascade Creek, along the Te Anau-Milford Hwy.
I hope you like lupins 😉
Thanks for viewing my images.
These images capture a portion of a remnant pocket of subtropical and warm temperate rainforest that is the Minnamurra Forest – within Budderoo National Park near Jamberoo and Kiama, NSW.
Varied textures along a hinterland creekbank – just east of the Darling Scarp at Noble Falls, near Perth – including granite, grasstree, and gumtree.
The 12th and final posting of my trip up to Kununurra and back!
This is a small collection of images from a brief detour to visit the wonderful Tunnel Creek National Park.
The view as you near Tunnel Creek along Leopold Downs Road. This is part of the Napier Range: Devonian reef from 350 – 375 million years ago.
Underneath the bluff in the following picture is ‘Tunnel Creek’ – a 750 meter erosion tunnel through the Napier Range, eroded by a creek. The tunnel is purported to be the oldest cave system in Western Australia!
This is a day-use park only; this is my trusty 1984 Toyota Hilux in the parking area – only a very short hike to the cave entrance.
Along the trail to the cave entrance…
Inside Tunnel Creek, looking back toward the entrance…
Looking deeper into Tunnel Creek – follow it to the right 😉
That’s it for now. Until next time, thanks for visiting.