Last year we visited Springbrook National Park in Queensland, Australia. Although it was a dry period, the waterfalls were spectacular. The bushland is exceptionally beautiful, rugged gorges created by water draining from the high tableland over thousands of years. Rainforest species grow tall and vibrant; rosewood, red cedar, tallowwood, brushbox, coachwood, bangalow palms and others. Warrie Circuit loops 17km, via seven waterfalls, dropping from Springbrook plateau along the side of a narrow gorge to the “meeting of the waters”, then climbing steeply back up the other side.
One final Fall … from the next day, Natural Bridge at Numinbah Valley.
These are my Fall photos, hope you like them!