Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Rock formations in Tunnel Creek

On our return trip back through the tunnel we were able to get more photos
of one of the areas in the tunnel. We thought that this looked like a cream
coloured pipe organ in a cathedral. It was pretty amazing.

One of the interesting things is that there were no guides within the tunnel
and no lights or directions to go - you just waded through the water and
tried to find the most shallow route. This was certainly part of the
excitement of the visit. There was no graffiti or people touching the
walls. We were most impressed. It is a National Park and there is the
normal daily entrance fee per vehicle of $11 but no other cost. Long may it
remain like this.

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