A Walk on the Wild Side

The lack of posts from the past few days is due to us being in a more isolated location with next to no internet access.

River

On Tuesday we took a drive from Dungog to the south-east edge of Barrington National Park.  This is a World Heritage listed wilderness area so by its very nature it is pretty well inaccessible.

Forest

We did, however, do a short (3.5km) circuit from the Williams River picnic area.

River gorge

We saw several lyrebirds but I was not able to get any photos of them so here is a selection of the scenery.

Eucalypts

The cabin where we stayed was almost at the end of the road to Chichester Dam.  Here is a view from the verandah.

Moonrise

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