Laura, Deanna, Paul and Ang ready to leave the cars for the canyon - Steve's just realised he forgot his wetsuit.
Ang down climbing before crossing the Wollangambe River.
Laura abseiling on the approach to the canyon.
Paul in a tight squeeze.
Paul finds there is light at the end of the tunnel - in the form of a flash from the camera.
Ang at the end of a slide.
Laura survives the duck under.
Deanna makes it through the duck under. The duck under is a chock stone wedged between the two walls. Today the water was low enough to keep your eyes above water.
Laura masters a tricky start on an abseil. At first we didn't see the ring bolt in the wall and used the tapes around the chockstone you can see in the foreground. This made it extra tricky and some skin was left on the rocks.
Ang making it look easy. This time we found the ring bolt straight away.
Steve's the last one down!
A rock fall turned the canyon into a caving experience. This section involved some tight squeezes and some caverns with glow worms. Very cool.
A beautifully narrow and tall section of the canyon. You can just make out Deanna at the end. I could have taken pictures all day.
The junction of Whungee Wheengee and Wollangambe River. The river feels like a warm bath compared to the water in the canyon.
We swim and walk upstream to the exit. I always forget how long the swims are in the Wollangambe.
One of the many Water Dragons.