Dam wall creating Lake Catani. There’s a small hydroelectricity facility just past the wall – It’s about the size of a dog kennel.
Contemplating a swim – nup, not today! At Lake Catani
Jetty onto Lake Catani. Ideal swimming spot. Also a pleasant lake for kayaking.
We’re camped just across the other side of Lake Catani.
Factoid of the day: Wombats pass cube shaped poos, and they deposit them on rocks or stumps, somewhere prominent. Most of the paths around here have evidence of their passing by every few metres.
Does my bum look big?
Big of rock climbing required to descend through the Chalwell Galleries.
One of many adventurers at The Horn, Buffalo NP.
Dickson’s Falls, at Buffalo NP.
A hut for protection in snowy weather – doesn’t look too warm to me! About a kilometre down from the peak of The Horn, Buffalo.
At the beginning of the walk up to the top of The Horn.
The Horn at Buffalo. If you look very closely you’ll see a guard rail around the edge at the very peak. Fantastic views from up there.
On the walk down from The Horn. Wonderful views all around.
Hang glider departure point, The Gorge, Buffalo
And this is, apparently, the Buffalo’s Hump.
Explanatory sign about indigenous use of Mt Buffalo.
The Gorge, and the hang gliding launch point. Buffalo