Tuesday 9th JulyWeather - after a cold night of 10 degrees it has turned out to be a lovely sunny day. Blue skies and the sounds of birds chirping away, or sulphur crested cockatoos screeching as they fly along. Clive did two walking tracks this morning totalling over 5km. He said that he really enjoyed them and was gone for about one and a quarter hours. He did the Big Foot Walk, then the Two Storey Cave circuit which includes the King Orchid Crevice. At 4pm every day they do bird feeding by the main office, so at 3.58 he suddenly disappears. Lots and lots of Lorikeets that seemed to appear from everywhere and a cheeky young Kookaburra that was on the ground eating the scraps that fell off the table. Seafood marinara being cooked tonight for Clive and I'll have a toasted sandwich. State of Origin tomorrow night - GO QUEENSLAND!! Even though the sun is shining it feels a bit cooler here. Total walk was 5.5km and took an hour and 15 minutes as Clive walked from the park rather than drive to the main picnic area. Big Foot Walk - 1km return. This short trail begins in the car park and runs parallel to the bitumen road. It features a large brown image of a four toed foot on the white sandstone cliff. Two Storey Cave circuit - 1.3km return. This scenic walk starts opposite the picnic area. Starting to the left the circuit meanders upwards around isolated sandstone monoliths. A 20m side track leads to King Orchid Crevice, a parting of the cliff that has created an ideal haven for epiphytes, (air plants). The top section of the Two Storey Cave is an important habitat for insectivorous bats.