Monday, 28 November 2016

Moe - Day 27

We packed up slowly as Darryl was still in a lot of pain. We forgot to go back and get a photo of Wilhelmina Falls - there was a walk up to it which we didn't do - but there was also a lookout from along the road. We wound  our way through the magnificent tall eucalypt, (with the tree-fern understory), forest of Toolangi State Forest to Wirrawilla Rainforest Walk. This was a lovely little walk through cool rainforest of Myrtle Beech, Blackwood, Southern Sassafrass (the leaves smelled like nutmeg), Mountain Ash, huge treeferns and giant mosses (the largest in the world). The boardwalk wound around two little bubbling creeks. 

Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans)

Pink bells (Tetratheca spp)

Back at the picnic area we had morning tea, and I spied a Tiger Snake coming down from the rocks behind the table. 

We made it to Moe, and booked into Moe Gardens Caravan Park for a couple of nights.

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