Signage read "the first inhabitants of these rugged hills were the Wiradjuri Aboriginal people, whose nation stretched over a large part of western New South Wales from the Great Divide to the Darling River".
Here was obviously d-r-y. Cyprus pines at the top (a little Van Gough?)
This national park has expanded to 9196 hectares (22,723 acres), from when it originated, in 1983.
there was a little water at the bottom still
Willie Wagtail was heading down for a drink
just happened across a couple of the locals, in hiding
view from folding chairs and thermos' for morning tea time