Before we went to Gallery Walk, we drove to one of the National Parks on Mt Tamborine to go for a small bushwalk. We were going to walk the 1.5km return track to Curtis Falls. As you walk the track, you descend into a Eucalypt forest. It was only around 10am so the air smelled really fresh. I love walking at this time of the day. We walked along a twisty path, past extremely tall eucalypts and other smaller trees and bushes. As we got closer to the Falls there were quite a lot of steps. When we got to the bottom we saw a small pool and further around the next corner we came across the Falls. There has been a lot of rain recently so there was plenty of water falling into the small pool. The sun was shining through the canopy, casting a beautiful glow through the trees.
As we walked back up all the steps to the flatter path then back to the car we began looking for scrub turkeys. I was beginning to think they were a mythical creature because I hadn’t seen any. Apparently there was one near the start of the path at the car park. We did see mounds of mulch that the turkeys create but I thought they were just mounds of mulch. It became a bit of a joke and that’s when I began to think they were a mythical creature. Bec even googled it to prove that it was real.