This house was perched high up in the mountainswith views all around and their own plane for when the road was unroadworthy.We had an absolute Magic day yesterday. We drove out of Boonah and literally headed for the hills. We drove up into the mountains along Carneys Creek Road into rich lush green dairy country.
There are lots of fat cows here with their diet of lush green grass although this one is in calfWe drove higher and higher and the road was steeper and steeper through mountainous terrain and into hush thich green rainforest. The forrest formed a canopy over the road it was really beautiful.
Queen Mary FallsWe had a lovely devonshire tea in the Cafe and met a nearby potato farmer. His name would you beleive was John Smith and he invited us on to his property where we drove up to the top of the hill. From here we could view the whole area as far as Warwick and beyond. He has lived on the farm for over seventy years. How lucky is that!!!
One of the local fauna on the pathAfter we continued our drive, stopping briefly at Daggs Falls and then meandering our way to Killarney.
Dagg FallsQuoting the brochure, Killarney is truly the gateway to the Mountain Parks where Waterfalls and peaceful mountain scenery await the visitor and the travellers are made most welcome in the true Irish fashion. We decided to follow the river on the way back.
This was one of the river crossing we had to cross it is called second crossing.
Talk again soon