Walk to Goochs Crater - 5 - 6 June 2010

All images David Noble. No image can be used for any purpose without permission.

We had a few birthdays to celebrate - so we headed to the big campcave at Goochs Crater in the Wollangambe Wilderness.

On the second day of the weekend - most of us visited a nearby canyon

Party - Rik, Michael, Su Li, Wendy, Stu, Enmoore, Dave



Above - pagodas above Gooches Crater



Above - admiring the view



Above - Gooches Crater



Above - on the pagodas



Above - aboriginal art



Above - our campcave



Above - pagodas



Above - Wendy, Enmoore and Su Li on the pagodas



Above - pagodas



Above - rock formations



Above - Wendy on a pagoda



Above - rock formations



Above - Billabong Canyon



Above - rock formations



Above - rock formations



Above - rock formations



Above - Billabong Canyon



Above - pagodas



Above - rock formations



Above - rock formations





Above - Gooches Crater







Above - Su Li and Rik on a pagoda



Above - rock formations



Above - rock formations



Above - rock formations



Above - Gooches Crater



Above - pagodas



Above - rock formations



Above - rock formations



Above - rock formations



Above - Su Li



Above - rock formations



Above - rock formations



Above - pagodas



Pagodas



Above - rock formations



Above - dawn



Above - Gooches Crater



Above - on the way out



Above - on the way out

The beautiful area near Goochs Crater is not protected in any national park. Nearby is a large coalmine. The area was in the original proposal for Gardens of Stone National Park but was left out when the park was declared.

Most of us then headed to a nearby canyon


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