didn't go all the way along. We came back for morning tea, and then rode the bikes 4km along the road, quite a lot of it was steep uphill, and I had get off and push) back to the start of the walk to Underground Creek.
|Fruit of Native Hops bush|
|Darryl at Wave Rock and Underground Creek|
originally pushed for conserving these areas. It was a lovely downhill ride back to the campsite for a late lunch, shared by the Satin Bowerbirds (male and a few females), and some curious Wattlebirds. The birds then attracted a couple of passing walkers who stopped to chat. I also wanted to walk to Granite Arch, which although, a short walk in distance, took quite a while, as I also took lots of photos. Bald Rock was clearly visible from here. A lizard, which had markings like a goanna tried to hide beside a rock, and Darryl startled a large red-bellied black snake which decided a swim was the safest option. This campsite had lovely hot showers, and they were certainly refreshing.
|me at Granite Arch|
|male Satin Bowerbird|
|Hilux set up for the night|