Saturday 13th JulyA cold night last night going down to 4 degrees, but we had a lovely sunny day around a top of 22. Clive did the Dripping Rock and Overhanging Rock this morning. He said that the best one was Dripping Rock. This has been named as in the silence of the bush you can hear the dripping of water as it falls from the fern fronds onto the floor below. A very beautiful and serene place. They have seating there so you can spend as much time or as little as you wish. The Overhanging Rock was certainly not as good as some of the other walks he has been on in the past few days. The colours in these sandstone rocks on the walk are amazing. This afternoon at 4pm we both went off to watch the bird feeding. These birds have beautiful colours and are so tame. You are seated at a picnic table and they put a trail of seed along the middle. The birds fly right down to you, even though they did give a slight flutter when Clive clicked his camera at them as he had it resting on the table. It's only 6.30pm at night and it's already down to 16 degrees. Looks like we are heading for another cold night again. Lots of caravans left today, but these have been replaced by new ones. Off to Monto tomorrow for a change of scenery. Dripping Rock and the Overhang - Total walk 3.6km for 1 hour 20 minutes This pleasant walk starts at the southern end of the picnic area. After crossing the Three Moon Creek the track winds through eucalypt woodlands and dry rainforest before leading to the base of Dripping Rock, (2.2km return). The track then continues on to the Overhang, where water has eroded the base of this sandstone cliff.