Mt Bushwalker sits within the Morton National Park above the Little Forest Plateau, with views south to the Castle and Shrouded Gods along the Clyde River Valley, and north to Sassafras. It is a vast wilderness close to the coast with some of the best hiking and views in Australia, but still a well kept secret.
The trail to Mt Bushwalker winds through thickets of banksia and hakea shrubs, across swamps, through sedges, along creeks, and over exposed sandstone of the escarpment.
In spring the creeks and pools are full, and wildflowers are present.
At an altitude of 1600 ft and close to the coast, the weather can be quite changeable. On setting out it can be sunny and warm, but soon it can become quickly overcast.
The bush often can seem to have muted colours, but what often meets the eye of the bushwalker in spring is an unthinkable…