Strangler figs and Waterfalls

That is what’s on the menu in the Tablelands region.

Heading inlands a bit, we used our road time today to explore some peculiar fig trees. With their tendency to quite literally starve and strangle their host tree to death, they are twisted in more than the obvious way.

During our other stops we saw some water fall, but other water not so much due to the severe drought in the area.

Still, having spotted a Goanna, Turtles and two tree kangaroos (which more appropriately should be called tree bevers as they do not really seem to resemble a kangaroo) we considered it a very succesful trip to get to Airlie Beach from where we were set to sail the Whitsunday islands.

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