This quiet and somewhat secluded national park is located at the end of Currumbin Creek Road in the picturesque Currumbin Valley. A nice place for weddings, family picnics, cooling off on a hot summers day, pleasant walks through the bush, taking photographs of the native flora, plants, trees, shrubs, waterfalls, animals and wildlife.
The day I went was certainly an adventure indeed, as included in this gallery are some fabulous shots of young adventurers sliding down the falls and jumping off the cliff faces into the deep water below.
Also included are a range of photos of a bush turkey, blue tongue lizard, waterfalls, creek, tourists, people, walking track, the Currumbin Rocks Pools, colourful bushland and more. All have been taken with a full frame Canon 5D2 and high quality luxury Canon lenses. Big enough to be blown up and printed into the size of a billboard … Enjoy!
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Photographer: Elizabeth Richardson | Website: http://australia-gold-coast.com