The walk along the creek was very interesting with many crossings and places to sit and watch the birds coming to drink. At one of these spots we saw a snake in the creek, though it was too far away to id. We counted five Eastern Yellow Robins at this spot as well. Dewfish ( Tandanus tandanus) (Eel-tailed Catfish) could be seen tending their nest as we walked along the creek.Five King Parrots came into feed in the late afternoon not too far from where we were camped.
The hardest part of the camp was packing up and leaving this place, as it was so peaceful with lots of wildlife, some just dropping in as was the case of the Spangled Drongos. They were so intent on fighting each other that they landed at my feet before realising someone was there, before flying up into the trees to continue their squabble.
Some of the creek banks looked like prime Platypus Habitat, we did not see any while we were there.
King Parrot (Male)
Clear Running Water