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Girraween National Park

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A small eucalypt grows from an even smaller crack in a granite boulder. The Sphinx and Turtle Rock walking trail through the granites of Girraween. Panorama to the west from Turtle Rock to Mount Norman and Mallee Ridge. Golden wattle flowers, acacia. View from the exposed side of the climb to the top of Castle Rock. Eye of the Needle formation and Mount Norman from Castle Rock. Mother kangaroo joey. Castle Rock summit. Having gained some distance and elevation from the valley floor Sphinx and Turtle Rock walking trail looks out over the granites and eucalypts. What is this? Gum tree. Bald Rock Creek cuts a tortuous path through the granite. Leaning gum tree. Water power: Bald Rock Creek vs granite. Stunted but growing trees on the summit of Castle Rock. The small granite escarpment at Underground Creek. Gum tree on granite. Trees growing, somehow, on top of Turtle Rock. Walking trail around Turtle Rock. Small eucalypt angles itself away from the overhanging rock formation. Now how on earth did that get there? Reflections in a pool in the dormant Bald Rock Creek. Bright bush in a dry setting. Fern growing on the underside of a granite boulder. Yellow pom-pom wild flower. The Sphinx and Turtle Rock walking trail through the granites of Girraween. Early morning panorama of the Pyramids rock formations. A few big old eucalypts clinging on to the granite. You’re either up here, on the granites, or down there in the bush. The green and gold of wattle, acacia.

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