Our last day in Queensland, where it's 25 degrees. Tomorrow we fly back to Geelong where it's 12 degrees. I'll have to remember to dig my jumper out from the bottom of my case and put it in my hand luggage.
This post is about some more of the fauna we've seen on our holiday. The Australian Bustard beside the road near Undara was very stately. It was lovely to see one again after a break of many years.
The Wonga Vine, one of the few plants flowering at Undara, attracted butterflies and moths.
This tiny caterpillar dropped on to the newspaper from overhead foliage as we were having a cuppa - a remarkable creature. And the Lace Monitor Varanus varius is resident in the picnic area at Finch Hatton Gorge. I googled him and he's mentioned in lots of blogs.