Sunday, June 10, 2018

Sunday Organ Pipes

Our Sunday drive took us 30 minutes from home to the Organ Pipes National Park off the Calder Highway. Very busy with morning walkers and families. 
We then visited the bakery at Woodend before a drive to Trentham to visit the falls.
 A steep downhill walk, came around the first bend and then realised, if I walk down, I am going to have to walk up!!!!
 The National Park is below the 2 runways of the airport.
For those who know of my love of planes, I could have sat there all morning looking up.
 Despite a blue sky with sunshine, it was a frosty morning.

 The Organ Pipes rock formations on the banks of the Jackson Creek, a tributary of the northern Maribyrnong River.


 A track goes off the main walk to Rosetta Rock.
 Native grasses.
 Trentham Falls.

 The tree branches were covered in beautiful moss.
Trentham Park.

7 comments:

  1. Perfect light on the rock formations and a lovely reflection. Worth the chilly walk.

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  2. Thanks for the photos. Regardless of how close to home it is I have never bee to the Organ Pipes......one day!

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  3. Love the pic of the reflection! I haven't been to the Organ Pipes for years - it must have become more popular, as I don't remember ever seeing anyone else there when I visited.

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  4. Those rock formations are wonderful. I have driven by them so many times but never actually went in to have a look. They are amazing.

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  6. The Autumn leaves are superb.

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  7. The Organ Pipes are amazing! Great photo!

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