|The walking track passes through several piccabeen palm (Archontophoenix cunninghamiana) groves.|
|Strangler fig |
Whether your interests include plants, birds, invertebrates, reptiles or fungi, a walk around the rainforest circuit in this National Park is sure to amaze you! Giant land mullets (Bellatorias major) laze about on fallen logs, rare butterflies sail through the air and the amusing calls of green catbirds (Ailuroedus crassirostris) and wompoo fruit-doves (Ptilinopus magnificus) echo off giant buttresses. If you enjoy photography,
there is plenty to point your camera at, but there is beauty galore for the naked eye as well—see the gallery of photos I've included below! The event details are:
|Pale yellow robin (Tregellasia capito).|
Time: 8:15am – 10:00am for the walk, morning tea at a nearby cafe afterwards.
Distance: 1.4km walk on flat or gently graded dirt tracks.
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|Land mullets are so-called because their big, shiny and scaley bodies resemble fish (if you squint and aren't thinking too hard).|
|Wonder browns (Heteronympha mirifica) are an uncommon butterfly in South-east Queensland.|
|Giant stinging trees (Dendrocnide excelsa) are an intriguing flora species in the park.|
|Planthoppers (Desudaba species) have been observed 'mudpuddling' at this site, a behaviour not recorded for these creatures before.|
|Breaks in the forest canopy allow interesting regrowth sections teeming with tropical plants and animals.|
|Photogenic insects like this weevil (Curculionidae family) are numerous in the National Park.|