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Springbrook National Park

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Mundora Creek winds its way towards the edge of the canyon. Purling Brook falls, a low flow of water but still spectacular. A small stream about to cascade over the escarpment. Fallen and yet to fall, trees in the rainforest. Twin Falls keeping the rainforest below moist. Hard rock forms the underfloor of the upper rainforest. Fallen rainforest tree hosts fungus and moss. Steep cliffs of the escarpment over the Springbrook canyon. Creepers taking over an old tree in the rainforest. Old pump house on the bank of the Little Nerang Creek upstream of the Purling Brook falls. Twin Falls. Running stream, fallen rocks and the rainforest in the canyon. Tiny fungus growing in the hollowed out trunk of a rainforest tree. The rainforest in the canyon hosts mosses and ferns. A small creek trickles over edge of the escarpment. Base of an old rainforest tree. Rainforest track. Part of the Twin Falls cascades over a walking track leaving the track dry under the overhang. Steep sides of the canyon and the lower rainforest viewed from the walking track. Dark and damp track through the rainforest. Tanninaba falls. The old sign on the rainforest tree identifies as Black Bean. Knobby old tree, termite infested. Walking track bridge over Cave Creek. Mundora Creek trickles towards Goomoolahra Falls. Tanninaba falls. Twin Falls. The Natural Bridge formation on Cave Creek. Looking up through the rainforest canopy. The rotting vegetation provides home for bugs and spiders.

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