Perhaps it was the drop of rain we had during the night that meant the waterfalls were in full flow! We decided to do the Twin Falls circuit walk, which loops above, below and behind several beautiful falls. This is the Twin Falls waterfall, below, that we walked behind (second image)! How I wish I had been wearing my swimmers for a dip in the beautiful pool below the falls.
A couple of other lovely waterfalls we could only see the top of, but I got some nice pictures nonetheless. The first is a picture of the view out across the treetops taken from a little bridge crossing the top of Blackfellow falls (my favourite viewpoint of the day), the second is taken at the top of Goomoolahrah falls (meaning Big Waterfall in the language of the Yugambeh people of this region) - a short drive away.
Land Mullet, Egernia major, which is a very large Skink - in fact the largest Skink species in the world! Apparently they can be quite shy despite their size, so Im very pleased to have manged to get a quick snap of one before he disappeared into the bush.