We stopped to see this large strangler fig on the way to Mungalli. Large epiphytic ferns can be seen on the tree limbs.
Laurie standing beneath a giant fern for scale.
Looking up through the fronds of a tree fern.
Mungalli Falls was just downstream of our accommodations. One evening we returned to this spot to observe phosphorescent glow worms and fungi.
Laurie and Emily standing beside a tree buttress during a rainforest hike.
Rainbow skinks are often found along the edges of rainforest in sunny areas. After a quick rain shower we found many skinks along such edges.
Sulphur-crested cockatoos were abundant on this trip. Most were seen near rainforest or in towns.
A large falls that we hiked to one afternoon. Although it was raining many people took the opportunity to swim over to the falls.
A closer view of the falls.
Evan standing within the cathedral tree.
Ben, Gin, and Christina waiting for the bus to Mungalli in front of our hotel in Cairns.
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