Wog Wog track, Morton National Park
Corang River, Canowie Brook, Corang Peak
Danny Yee, Vic + Val Gosbell, Andrew Molnar
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I got the train to Redfern and then a taxi to Andrew's place in Roseberry, we drove down to Vic's place in Wollongong, then Vic drove us all down to the Wog Wog entrance to Morton National Park, via Nowra and Nerriga. We had lunch in the car park, then walked to the Corang River, where we camped.
The next day we walked upstream, exploring some lagoons and traversing to the east of Profile Rock Hill, before camping on Canowie Brook, near the Natural Arch. Before dinner we did a sidetrip to the camp caves.
And on the last day we returned to the car via Corang Peak.
The flowers were exceptional and we kept stopping to take photographs. The photos below were taken with my Olympus E-1, mostly with the 14-54mm f/2.8-3.5 lens and a 1.4x teleconverter (which makes quite a decent macro combination).