More photos from our trip to the tops.
After walking around the swamp we left out the western half of the park. Like so many Australian landscapes, the east side is lush, the west side drier.
We went on to burning mountain, an underground coal seam that has been burning for 6000 years:
Ever sharp eyes Lynne spotted an autumn flowering greenhood orchid:
Our second day in the Barrington tops was more adventurous, we decided to climb the Bucketts, an extinct volcano right next to Gloucester.