This youngster observed the breakfast procedures with interest.
Further up the track and closer to the top of the falls were these Aboriginal rock carvings openly visible from the path.
It’s a bit of a slippery walk in parts and a water crossing requires some care, but once at the top the walk proved its worth. The last shot is from the helicopter that took 6 mins to get us back to camp.
Later in the afternoon, we had a soak in the nearest water hole. My soak came prematurely as I slipped nearing the destination. I was glad I didn’t have the camera in tow, and who needs a dry towel anyway?
Back at camp, it was clear that we had not been as vigilent with putting one of the items of food out of reach of the clever crows. Who knew they liked macadamia nuts and could cut their way through vacuum-pack plastic?