This was taken at sunset at Two Mile Falls, on the Blackdown Tableland in central Queensland. Although not as well known as Queensland’s other national parks, it is one of the nicest, especially after the wet season when everything is green and the waterfalls are flowing. Sit at the bottom of the falls and simply take in the view, or you can climb up the falls and sit under the water. This spot is easy to get to; it’s only a short one-kilometre walk from the trail head. The walking track is well maintained and it leads through lush bushland. – Mitchell Burns

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