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Springbrook National Park

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Cave Creek down there through the trees. The rainforest in the canyon hosts mosses and ferns. Towards the abyss: a dry creek leads towards the edge of the escarpment. Looking down into the canyon at a fern high in a tree coming up from the rainforest floor. The rainforest in the canyon hosts mosses and ferns. Colors and textures of the rainforest. Nature: heavily patterned trunk of a rainforest tree. Moss covered old rainforest tree along the track to Cave Creek. A fern makes its home in a tree in the rainforest. Waterfall keeping the rainforest watered. Walking track along the wall of the canyon. Boy-ull Creek leads away into the rainforest from Twin Falls. Walking track between the wall of the canyon and a fallen slab. Cave Creek plunges downwards before entering the Natural Bridge formation. Twin Falls, or is it twin trickle? Goomoolahra Falls section. Fern growing on the bank of the Little Nerang Creek upstream of the Purling Brook falls. The Natural Bridge formation on Cave Creek. Top of a large fungus on the side of the tree. Purling Brook falls, a single plunge of over 100 metres. The Natural Bridge formation on Cave Creek. Mundora Creek trickles towards Goomoolahra Falls. The walking track along the wall of the canyon passes under fallen rock. Rockface standing out from the Numinbah Forest. The Natural Bridge formation on Cave Creek. Looks soft and inviting, apart from spiders and reptiles also resident. Tanninaba falls. Cave Creek makes its way quietly through the rainforest. A tall Hoop Pine, araucaria cunninghamii, reaches up to the light in the rainforest. Little Nerang Creek about to plunge over Purling Brook falls.

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