One hundred kilometres south-west of Brisbane, Queensalnd, Australia, the Main Range National Park is on the western part of the famous Scenic Rim—a spectacular arc of mountains that is largely made up of the eroded edge of a giant ancient volcano that first erupted over 24 million years ago
The area is cloaked by the even more ancient Gondwana rainforest. Walking tracks take us past living fossils, plants that hold clear links to those plants that existed 100 million years ago on the ancient supercontinent of Gondwana.
Equaling the plant diversity is the diversity of birds, who’s calls echo through the forest.
Here is just a quick snapshot.