Some times the Bunya Mountains can be covered in cloud as they catch and hold the clouds that are passing by. From the back deck of Bunya Spires you can see the cloud rolling up the valleys below clinging on the the mountain as it climbs to the top like a giant and then swallowing the mountain. On some days and nights, in a few minutes the visibility changes from hundreds of metres to a few feet. The cloud is the watering can of the rainforest, condensing to water as it touches the tree canopy and dropping to the flora below. Some days the cloud is so thick it actually penetrates the rainforest. Her is a link to the early morning cloud capture on January 18, 2018.
Here is a link to an infrared image from Mt Mowbullan