We were tourists in Tasmania so we visited a popular tourist spot - Liffey Falls south of Deloraine.
The state is also experiencing the long dry so I wasn't expecting to see much water over the falls but in fact they were looking very beautiful and must be a wonderful sight in a wet winter. The tree ferns line the track down to the falls but the mosses and lichens were looking very parched.
It was a pleasant surprise find a few small fungi. I don't know what the first two are but I think the white one is sporangia of a slime mould (it looks like Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa in Fuhrer's book) and the orange one a Jelly Fungus Tremella sp. When I put the Jelly Fungus pictures on my computer I saw that it was covered in little insects - as usual I didn't notice that at the time. Maybe I need new glasses.