The Springwood Stairs of Death!
Updated: Apr 22, 2019
Roman and I checked out the Springwood Conservation Park today. Or as the locals call it - the Springwood Stairs of Death!
Springwood Stairs of Death
The Springwood Conservation Park is tucked away in the suburbs of Springwood and is a fantastic area to go bushwalking. The national park is a popular place to exercise, as there is a very long set of stairs at the end of the walk that the locals call "The Springwood Stairs of Death" - because you feel like dying after you've just walked up all of them!
Today Roman and I wanted to go bushwalking, so we went to the Springwood Conservation Park or as the locals call it - The Springwood Stairs of Death. He also wanted to learn to take photos with one of my cameras, so we brought my point and shoot camera along with us. We both had a turn at using the camera and we both managed to capture some great images!
The Springwood Conservation Park is a great place tucked away in the suburbs where you can go bushwalking and escape reality amongst nature. It's quiet and has lots of signposts along the way so you don't get lost. There is a lookout where you can see a glimpse of the city, however you're mostly just surrounded by nature.
Images I took at the Springwood Stairs of Death:
Below are some images that I took of our walk in the national park.
Images Roman took at the Springwood Stairs of Death:
Below are some images that Roman took during our walk in the national park.
We had such a lovely day despite the rain and Roman mentioned that he was having the best time more than once. I even got a secret hug at the end of our walk and an "I love you mummy!" :-)
If you have visited the Springwood Conservation Park (or the Springwood Stairs of Death) in your travels, (or would like to praise Roman on his awesome photography skills) please leave a comment below.
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