Monday, 12 May 2014

Tianjara Falls - Morton National Park

A plunge waterfall over a sandstone escarpment 100m (300') . Tianjara Creek (sometimes called Yarramunmun Creek) is usually fairly small, and the volume of water is usually slight except after rain.
Location: Morton National Park, access by travelling along the Braidwood Road (the Old Wool Road) between Nerriga and Nowra, SE Australia. The falls are well signposted, and there is a short walking track to the falls from a large carpark. Viewing of the falls is from a well-maintained metal structure and there are short walks along the escarpment. There is no apparent access to the base of the falls.
The area puts on a stunning display of banksias, after Spring.













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