Saturday, 5 November 2016

Girraween - Walcha - Day 4

It was 7.5oC when I got up at 5:30. Darryl  went for an early walk to Castle Rock, The Sphinx and Turtle Rock while I tidied up and had breakfast. He was lucky enough to spot a lyrebird. 




We rode the bikes up to Dr Roberts Waterhole & Disappearing Creek, which took around 40mins including pushing the bikes uphill through the winding range on bitumen & gravel. It was good that there was flowing water at the Creek but the wildflowers, unfortunately, were scant. 


Banskia spp



Conifer



Wave Rock - Underground Creek




Lichen with fruiting bodies


Doctor Roberts Waterhole


Guinea flower (Hibbertia spp)


Back at camp we had lunch, packed up, had a shower and took the road south through Tenterfield, Glen Innes, around Armidale, Uralla and down to Walcha North Rest Area. Although it looks like a nice spot it is going to be a cold night.




Walcha North Rest Area

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