A walk through a local national park was brought to an end by the recent collapse of vegetation across its track. The sounds of the forest continued as normal.
The Border Loop is a section of the Border Ranges National Park connecting the states of NSW and Qld. A 64 km drive takes you along the rim of an extinct and heavily eroded volcano. This soundscape uses the local Bell Birds as the base layer to the track. Sounds of forest birds, frogs and mountain streams add to the soundscape, occasionally punctuated by short bursts of wind in the trees. Contrasting the natural sounds is the ominous rumble of a car as it drives along the unsealed road.