At nights (leaving at about 7.30pm) we offer walks through the rainforest to see one or two of these spectacular glow worm displays. These normally take about an hour and require you to have a good torch and good walking shoes.
Over the years I have often been up late at night doing repairs and maintenance along our water pipelines. In all those occasions I had never seen any glow worms at all.
This all changed suddenly when Sue and I went up Adjinbilly gorge watching the last fireflies of the season. We were following a single firefly winking on and off, trailing it through the pitch black rainforest when we turned a corner only to be amazed at a wall of lights shining brightly in the dark . Needless to say we forgot about the lone firefly drifting away!
Since then we have discovered many additional clusters of glow worms – all spectacular but all different and special. Our Glow Worm Walks have become a highlight for our guests.