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Solo Hiking Northbrook Mountain | D’Aguilar National Park

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Last weekend I spent the day exploring Queensland’s Northbrook Mountain in D’Aguilar National Park and ended up hiking 28km over ten hours. Leaving from Miala car park at Mount Glorious, I reached the peak of Northbrook Mountain (Northbrook Mountain remote bushcamp) after 5km at an elevation of approx. 720m. The next half of the hike was downhill to England Creek remote bushcamp where I cooked lunch beside the creek and filmed my first cooking segment to be included in the video for this hike. I decided to tackle this walk because it would really push my creativity when it came to producing a silent hiking film of a trail that was all fire trail with very consistent forest types. Luckily it rained on the day which helped with the (natural) saturation of colours and more interesting sounds for the hiking video.

The last half of the hike was basically all uphill in the middle of the day which wasn’t too enjoyable, but luckily it rained for most of the hike. There was plenty of Australian birdlife to be seen along the way including King Parrots, Crimson Rosellas, Eagles and Red-Browed Finches.

 

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