At Brisbane Waters National Park for a hike at Girrakool.
The carpark was empty so I was ready for a quiet hike.
The track was easy to follow with heaps of wildflowers.
I went off track for awhile skirting a hill of sandstone boulders. It felt a bit like snake territory with dead branches and a thick layer of leaves for ground cover. I trod carefully and noisily. Eventually, I reached a dry rock creek covered in green moss. Very pretty. The creek ran under the rocks.
Another turnoff the track took me further down the creek with a wide sandstone area dotted with pot holes of water. The creek rushed along the shallowly and cascaded over a number of small drop offs.
A pretty and short 0.66 km hike.
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