|The Rockface Walk|
|At the top of The Rockface Walk|
Little Bald Rock Walk: Grade 3, 7.6 km return.
The next morning we set of from the Bald Rock Picnic Area to Little Bald Rock. I often see this walk listed as 6.5 km return but the sign in the picnic area states it is 3.8 km one way and it did feel like an eight kilometer walk to us. Much of the walk is part of the Carroll's Creek Walk and the Border Walk. The walking track is quite pleasant and easy although a bit of scrambling up granite rocks is required to reach the top of Little Bald Rock.
There were flannel flowers and a few different types of fungi alongside the track.
There were tiny skinks everywhere in the leaf litter.
On our previous trip we saw a lot of male Common Brown Butterflies and on this walk we saw lots of female butterflies including Bank's Brown and Black Jezebel as well as Common Browns.
|Common Brown Butterfly, female.|
|Bank's Brown Butterfly, female.|
|Approaching Little Bald Rock. It's hidden behind the trees.|
|Standing on Little Bald Rock looking at Bald Rock.|
|Red-necked Wallaby in the campground.|
Wildlife List: Red-necked Wallaby, Swamp Wallaby. Botany Bay Weevil. Black Jezebel Butterfly. Bank's Brown Butterfly, Lots of Common Brown Butterflies. Very small brown skinks. Birds: Satin Bowerbird, Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo, Pied Currawong, Grey Fantail, Yellow-faced Honeyeater, Laughing Kookaburra, Scaly-breasted Lorikeet, Common Bronzewing, Eastern Yellow Robin, Crimson Rosella, White-browed Scrubwren, Brown Thornbill, Striated Thornbill, White-throated Treecreeper, Weebill, Golden Whistler, Rufous Whistler, Willie Wagtail. Heard: Southern Boobook, Tawny Frogmouth.