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Cania Gorge

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King Orchid Crevice on the western side of Cania Gorge, overlooking the eastern walls of Cania Gorge. Sandstone cliffs forming the eastern side of Cania Gorge, seen from the western side of the gorge. The eastern side of Cania Gorge towers over Cania Gorge road. Steep colored sandstone eastern side of Cania Gorge where the gorge pinches down to 250 metres in width. King Orchid Crevice on the western side of Cania Gorge, overlooking the eastern walls of Cania Gorge. Walls of Cania Gorge. Walls of Cania Gorge. Storm clouds gathering over the sandstone eastern side of Cania Gorge. Sandstone ramparts form the western side of Cania Gorge. Walls of Cania Gorge. Open farmland within Cania Gorge. Walls of Cania Gorge. Mount Dowgo forming part of the eastern side of Cania Gorge. We trust that stays firm, a toppled rampart on the western side of Cania Gorge. Self-sown staghorn ferns, platycerium, growing in King Orchid Crevice on the western side of Cania Gorge. Panorama of the eastern ramparts of Cania Gorge. The eastern side of Cania Gorge and the pastoral land in the valley. Sandstones of Cania Gorge. Sandstone bluff of Castle Mountain, overlooking the upper extremity of Cania gorge. Sandstone crags of the western side of Cania Gorge. Sandstones of Cania Gorge. Bluffs of Mount Dowgo, part of the eastern side of Cania Gorge. Small wild flowers on the western side of Cania Gorge. Relics of an old home at the memorial to Clark Bartlett, an early pioneer to Cania Gorge. Wild orchids growing in King Orchid Crevice on the western side of Cania Gorge. A smooth barked gum tree has taken root in the mouth of Two Storey Cave on the western side of Cania Gorge. Spider’s home in Two Storey Cave on the western side of Cania Gorge. Old cattle yards in the valley of Cania Gorge Small wild flowers on the western side of Cania Gorge. Sandstone bluffs of Castle Mountain, overlooking the upper extremity of Cania gorge. Staghorn ferns, platycerium, and orchids growing in King Orchid Crevice on the western side of Cania Gorge. Sandstones of Cania Gorge. Pastoral land in the Cania Gorge valley. Self-sown staghorn ferns, platycerium, growing in King Orchid Crevice on the western side of Cania Gorge. A smooth barked gum tree has taken root in the mouth of Two Storey Cave on the western side of Cania Gorge. Bedhead and remains of an old home at the memorial to Clark Bartlett, an early pioneer to Cania Gorge. Purple flowers. The Overhang on Russell Gully. Dry rainforest fern in Russell Gully. Reflections in Three Moon Creek. Red-winged Parrot, aprosmictus erythropterus, adult male. Australian King-Parrot, alisterus scapularis, immature male. The Overhang on Russell Gully. Gum tree reflected in the billabong, Three Moon Creek. Quizzical: Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, cacatua galerita. Small flower in the woodland. Morning serenity at the billabong, Three Moon Creek. Stumped: Red-winged Parrot, aprosmictus erythropterus, adult male. Sunflower seed for breakfast: Red-winged Parrot, aprosmictus erythropterus, adult male. Kangaroos grazing on open grass.

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