This foray has been cancelled, due to rainfall on the Granite Belt. A weekend/double foray will be held instead with a visit to Girraween National Park on Saturday and to Wilson’s Downfall on Sunday. We apologize for the short notice of this change of plans.
Mt Cordeaux and Mt Mitchell straddle Cunningham’s Gap and are part of the Gondwana Rainforests of the Australian World Heritage Area. The abundance of trees, vines, decaying logs and various substrates, along with the rainfall, mists and cooler temperatures produce a great variety of fungi.
The foray starts at the car park, goes past the stone cairn which commemorates explorer Alan Cunningham and continues through the rainforest, winding its way up the side of Mt Cordeaux, along the track to the summit.
This is one of the QMS’s regular foray areas. For more details about the site and some of the fungi found there, go to our page on Mt Cordeaux.
For more information about this upcoming foray, go to our Calendar of Events.