Ancient Aboriginal artwork, as the title suggests, at the end of a hiking trail in Carnarvon National Park.
Surrounded by ancient giants, I've never felt smaller than when hiking through Carnarvon Gorge in Queensland
Carnarvon is a great national park to camp in (There's also a nearby Carnarvon Lodge for the not so happy campers) because it has great hiking trails throughout the beautiful park. I didn't think I'd like hiking - but I loved it! Carnarvon is full...
This leads to the opening shown in other photos at Carnarvon Gorge. Walking around Carnarvon you feel like an ant, just because everything around you is so huge.
You almost don't notice me in the bottom right of this photo, and every time, even for me, I'm surprised at how huge these rockfaces are.
At the end of a hike through Carnarvon National Park, we arrived at this awe inspiring freak of nature. The photo can't quite do it justice, but it is the result of thousands of years of...Earth. In the next few photos you can get a better idea of...
During one of the many hiking trails through Carnarvon national park, I stumbled upon this crazy tree bark.
Driving up to Carnarvon my little brother was desperate to "Eye Spy something beginning with E" ( An emu). He was pretty thrilled when we drove past a flock of them on our way in to Carnarvon Gorge camping grounds.
Early one morning Dad & I had to drive out of Carnarvon into the nearest small ( and by small, I mean about 100 metres of small shops) town, Rolleston. This was the scenic view that accompanied us as we drove.
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