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Springbrook National Park

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Looks like a tree but is creepers having taken over and covered a tree now gone. Rainforest track. Shallow penetration of the roots of a fallen tree. Fungus growing in the hollowed out trunk of a rainforest tree. A Staghorn fern, platycerium, makes its home high on a tree in the rainforest. Fallen trees and moss in the relatively dry upper rainforest. Not a great water volume but Goomoolahra Falls tumbles down a sheer drop. Hard rock, moss, grasses and water. Looking from Purling Brook falls, down the valley of Little Nerang Creek (West Branch). Purling Brook falls, a single plunge of over 100 metres. Goomoolahra Falls section. A large tree leans towards the edge of the escarpment. Upper Boy-ull Creek feeding towards Twin Falls. Little Nerang Creek upstream of the Purling Brook falls. Boy-ull Creek cascades into the rainforest below Twin Falls. Wedged; slabs of rock off the canyon wall. Above Twin Falls. Track along the wall of the canyon passes under fallen slabs and rocks. Little Nerang Creek about to plunge over Purling Brook falls. Little Nerang Creek upstream of the Purling Brook falls. The Natural Bridge formation on Cave Creek. Textures of the rainforest. Underside of a large fungus on the side of the tree. Little Nerang Creek about to plunge over Purling Brook falls. Down in the canyon Mundora Creek leads away from Goomoolahra Falls. Small rainbow formed in the mist of the Purling Brook falls.

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