This beautiful Blue-speckled Forest Skink (Murray's Skink) even made an appearance.
|Blue-speckled Forest Skink, Eulamprus murrayi|
|Satin Bowerbird, male|
|Satin Bowerbird, female, eating from a clump of comfrey that was in our campsite.|
|We had to watch our dinner carefully when this Pied Currawong was about.|
|Golden-crowned Snake, Cacophis squamulosus|
We saw a very confident Brush Tail Possum wandering through our campsite in the evenings. Every night there was a constant pitter-patter of dropped flowers on our roof as two animals were feeding in a tree canopy high above our van. We also spotted a small animal, a bit bigger than a guinea pig, with a grey upper body and lightly coloured underneath and roundish ears in the bushes next to our van. It moved like an Australian native but we don't know what it was.
These experiences are why we like to camp rather than day visit, where possible.
Information about Boundary Falls Campground and Washpool National Park are covered here in Part 1.