Little Crystal Creek

Little Crystal Creek in the Paluma Range National Park. An oh so pretty picnic spot where the original wooden bridge was replaced by a sturdy stone bridge in the 1930’s as a depression era work project. A tiny ribbon of a waterfall cascades down from the Great Dividing Range onto large granite boulders and flows under the single curving arch of stone. All around there is a jungle of rainforest plants. This is a place of such beauty. Brush turkeys scurry about and I could just sit here for hours and drink it in.

Paluma Range National Park, Google Maps

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