Cathedral Rock National Park, NSW Australia. Huge granite boulders balancing on top of the New England Tablelands make striking subjects for photography. The diversity of flowering plants and mosses which thrive in the boggy heathland make this place diverse for bush-walkers and photographers. In the late afternoon you may see grey kangaroos and swamp wallabies feeding. The birdlife is prolific, with the large variety of eucalypts and wildflowers attracting small woodland birds such as rose robins, flycatchers and pardalotes.
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