Litchfield National Park, is one of the prettiest National Parks I have witnessed. It features numerous waterfalls which cascade over the sandstone ridge which is Tabletop Range.
we can see the private balloons coming over the hill with the sun rising at their backs. It is such a spectacular sight.
Leaping half their body length straight into the air, to snare their free feast, this prehistoric reptile was giving us an incredible display.
We saw numerous salt water crocodiles, some extremely close to our cruise runabout. The bird life was prolific with ducks, egrets, eagles, hawks and the most exciting for me was being up close to the jabiru. The birds and the reptiles seemed to be able to live in harmony, or maybe the large “salties” were not hungry
The little stream was running down a channel in the rock wall and formed a little pool at the base of the ampitheatre.
Wards Canyon is the only area in Central Queensland that still supports King Ferns
a haven of rainforest and moss and lichen covered rocks, trickling streams and a small waterfall cascading over a small ledge into a cool, welcoming pool created by the running water over thousands of years.
Carnarvon Gorge’s rock art sites are believed to have been in use for over 3500 years with connection to the Bidjara and Karingbal Aboriginal people.
follow Carnarvon Creek into the heart of the gorge under towering cliffs, across stepping stones in the creek and you will discover Aboriginal rock art and cultural sites, fernfilled gorges, breathtaking sandstone structures, rainforest pockets. A wonderful oasis in the outback.
the sky divers floated through the air and landed with precision, either on the sandy beach or on grassy parkland behind the beach.