We went via the Cotter Dam and Frances scored this photo as we came home. In most places they'd have made a viewing area to look at this quite imposing site: being the ACT Government the road is a no-stopping area. (I suspect their OHAS lawyer has gone feral about getting sued if the dam collapses.)
Anyhow. That was the only blot on a very good day. Here is a view of the summit of Mt Aggie.
None refer to it as Compositae because that is Old Thinking and frowned upon by the Gods of Taxonomy. So I will begin with that group (daisies, not the Gods of Taxonomy).
Brachyscome aculeata was very common near the start of the walk.
Xerochrysum subundulatum and ....