Today was spent in the Kalbarri National Park which has the Murchison River and its associated gorges as its key attraction. Somewhat to our surprise the Murchison had flowing water, we found out from talking to a park worker that this is a result of 6 inches of rain in June. In addition a lot of flowers were blooming including the red flowered flame trees in the photos.

We were lucky enough to spot another echidna on the side of the road.

The yellow-ish brush shaped flower is an Australian Banksia.

We spent the night at Muchison House Station on the banks of the Murchison River. This is another working station that has a tourist business sideline.