Trent working out the route - he is good for things like that.
The view on the drive up there... Pretty sensational.
Apparently the Bunya Mountains has something do with healing or "the healing hands"... Cool statue.
Pick a town any town. Lol.
There is a bird feeding section there, I was going to go over a feed them but it was jam packed with tourists...
I caught a butterfly...
Then I let him go...
The rainforest looks very "Australian - Twilight'ish"
A mossy log and I... It all felt very "Twilight" & I'm not really a fan. I've seen both movies but that's it... I'm no "twi-hard" but this place feels almost magical...
This made me feel very "Fern Gully" finding a Bindy size swing...
Fine Trent you can try the swing too...
Me in the forest.
Trent & I. <3
It's always good to take someone who is "easy on the eye" for long walks/car trips. Makes it a lot more pleasent. My "easy on the eye" companion - check!
This place was pretty sensational...
Trent looking like he was photoshopped into these photos - but he wasn't!!
Posing it up in the rainforest. But what self respecting photo loving blogger wouldn't pose it up in these beautiful surrounds?
Scrub turkey or as my little brother called them when he was young "rubber turkey"
The scenery was pretty damn sensational... A cross between "Fern Gully" (one of my fav' childhood movies) & a little twilight'ish.
And absolutley everywhere there were wallabies!!
I was trying to edge closer to pat/catch one - attempt unsuccessful.
They have the most stunning bungalows at the Bunya Mountains and the front yards are littered with wallabies. It's so peaceful and very beautiful.
Drive carefully and slowly up around there... Lots of little wallabies that don't know their road rules!!
The Bunya Mountains are really quite pretty and a very relaxing place. I cannot wait to go back... Click HERE to go to the Bunya Mountains official website.
Love you all...