Nine suspension bridges ahead, up to 15 metres above ground. First section had been constructed in 1936, being the first of its kind in the world, here at O'Reillys Retreat in the Lamington National Park, Qld.
Extensions were made in 1987 to avoid walkers having to back-track to return.
looking down from deck 30 metres above ground now into a fig tree
Grey and Rufous Fantails, Golden Whistlers and Paradise Riflebird are said to frequent this location. Small birds could be heard and partially seen, but no clear identification or photographs of.
with camera facing to the canopy, light floods in , but here, the wonderful mosses and lichens overhead
and birds-nest ferns