After our fabulous cruise in the Lawn Hill Gorge we were taken on a walk through the National Park. (see map) Ange our ranger guide, pointed out all the different plants that the aboriginal people use for food, medicine and cleaning. Nearly every plant had a use although some were poisonous.
Poisonous red berries on the ground.
Edible fruit growing out of the trunk of the tree. They are bush figs.
We came to a pretty creek, which becomes a fierce, raging torrent in the tropical wet season.
The debris left after the summer rains swell the creek.
I don't know what bird we saw but caught it with a berry.
*FNQ = Far North Queensland