Getting on Piccaninny Creek...

by Serge&Sofie

Piccaninny Creek

Piccaninny Creek

This is the start of the Piccaninny Creek walk. The picture was taken just before we got to the Window Outlook. The temperature was around 39°C at around 4pm. We were basically alone.

What an awesome place to be.

In the morning we had taken the helicopter trip, but nothing beats being IN the park!!


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Aug 16, 2007
Awesome is an understatement
by: Birgit

You're right. A helicopter trip gives you an overview and is fun in itself, but it does not even begin to compare to the real experience of being there, especially if you have time to go for a stroll up Piccaninny Creek. That walk really stands head and shoulders above the rest...

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