#1: A view of the confluence spot looking east, the incline of the ravine clearly visible.
#2: A shot west from the confluence spot.
#3: A possible aboriginal canoe tree encountered when scrambling the last 500 metres. The twisting of the tree indicates that if it was used to make a canoe, it was done many years ago.
#4: The inevitable shot of the GPS indicating the confluence spot has been reached.
#5: A shot of the confluence(!) of the Aspley River and Rowleys Creek looking south-east. Note that Rowleys Creek is completely dry and the Aspley River is barely flowing.
#6: A shot of the author on the confluence spot, trying not to fall down the ravine!