2 solid weeks of rain, over 300mm in the second week, this crazy amount of rain caused the closure of this park for a while. I got in just before the close, and I had to be very careful with footing as it was pouring with rain, and quite dangerous to be in here. When you respect nature, and understand how flooding works, you have a good hope of staying alive. Sticking to higher ground, out of small valleys where water flows is a good idea.
This is Obi Obi creek, usually a light running creek, would be classed as a river today.The roar of the falls can be heard in the background. Thousands of litres of water falling 80 metres to the base of the falls, every minute.
It was pouring rain when I took this shot, it was misty as I was in the middle of the rain cloud. The green was so rich, everything was drenched, including my camera. It was extremely humid, hot yet cold. I have never been to pure tropical rainforests, but this is how I imagine it to be.
Kondalilla National Park, Hinterland Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.