I was overwhelmed by the number of species, the density of plants and the intensity of greenness in the systems we passed through (being use to semi-arid prairies and shrublands).
We hiked the Dave's Creek path. We went through cool temperate rainforest as well as Antartic beech forest and eucalypt mallee and montane heath. There were soo many species nearly none of the species John pointed out stuck in my head.
Other than plants we had glimpses of pademelons, a few birds (sadly not a lyrebird), a trapdoor spider burrow, a large earthworm, and a Lamington crayfish.
My favorite system was the montane heath. I took many pictures of the Banksia plants, Dorsera plants and many more. All together it was a fantastic day!