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Auburn River NP

PostPosted: Sun 07 Mar, 2021 9:31 am
by ofuros
Small national park. Still dry & hot this time year.
Rockhoppers delight. :wink:

Heavy hum of clumsy flying beatles at dusk, sporadic howling dingoes through the night.

Tadpoles swimming in cool pools, froglets hopping on land, rock scurrying rainbow skinks & submerged turtles.

Swollen bottle trees, dry knee high grasses rocks hidden within.


Granite Dragon eggs...tumbled smooth.


Something has a fruity diet..


Freshwater mussels...




Open Ironbark woodland. Easy walking...


Giant's eyeview...looking upstream towards Auburn Falls.


The usual overnight coconut yogurt & hydrated dried fruit in the cool morning light.


Worth a overnight or two if your in the area.... :wink:

Re: Auburn NP

PostPosted: Sun 07 Mar, 2021 10:57 am
by michael_p
Wow, those Dragon Eggs look amazing. Sometimes these little NPs can be very interesting places. Thank you.

Re: Auburn NP

PostPosted: Sun 07 Mar, 2021 12:13 pm
by ofuros
Thanks Michael_p...I barely scratched the surface.
Would be great to see in full flood but I don't think that'll happen this season.