Looking up at the sheer canyon walls from the shady tree lined creek bed I could make out pimply protuberances sticking out along the top – People… up on the Kings Canyon Rim Walk, were leaning out over the edge admiring the view or snapping a photie of the stunning red rugged cliff face, which from my […]
Where Did You Last Take a Walk on the Biophilia Side?
Where do you feel the most content? If you had to name a place or an environment that you feel most at peace in – what surrounds would you choose to put yourself? Urban or country? While cities have their attractions and beauty in a contrived way, nature can rarely be topped – Ask someone […]
An Australia Rainforest Delight – Box Forest Track
Box Forest Track, a 10.6km circuit. Over the last couple of weeks I’ve posted photo essays from our visit up to the rainforest of Green Mountain in Lamington National Park, SE Queensland ~ Here are links to: The 4.6km walk we did down to Moran’s Falls and The lovely sunset and sunrise that we admired from O’Reilley’s. On the second […]
An Australia Rainforest Delight – Morans Falls
The Australian rainforest is an absolute delight. Last week we took off for a couple of days to go up into the rainforest of the Lamington National Park on the Queensland/NSW border. We walked the Morans Falls track, just 4.6km on our first day. The path takes you down through a subtropical rainforest of booyongs and brush box adorned […]