Yesterday afternoon Donna and I went for a walk, down through the gorge, to the Dragon's Backbone.
I have been wanting to get down there this month because there are always some flowers out around this time that we don't get in other places.
We walked over the Dragon's Backbone down to the Broadwater on our bottom boundary.
From there we followed the fenceline along the other side of the Broadwater until we came to the bottom of Doro's Hole.
We then followed the Ridge Walk until coming out on the road and then followed the road home.
The pictures below show some of the flowers on our walk.
September/October is an exciting time of year on the Granite Belt.
Now is the time to look for bird's nests, flowers, lizards and just explore the natural environment.
Author - Mark Carter
This page covers the natural highlights throughout the year so you can see the seasonal changes, wildlife, wild flowers etc.
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