Wednesday, 6 February 2019

Lower Snowy Falls (Brodribb Tributaries)

The country around the Snowy River and its tributaries can be difficult to access, even nearer the coast. The fractured escarpments and deep rainforests of the Brodribb River, the risk of mosquitoes and sinkholes adds a whole new dimension of risk.

(Adding lower Snowy Basin falls here over the next week)

Youngs Creek Falls


Youngs Creek Falls (from basin)

 Most bush towns have a couple of reserves for the local kids to go explore, trip over branches, swim at in summer heat, and learn to kiss their sweetheart at. Although Orbost is on the banks of the mighty Snowy River, it is no exception.

Youngs Creek Falls (from basin)


A little to the north, in the precinct of an old forestry operation, Young Creek falls down the escarpment. There are lots more falls near and far, but this is far enough away from town and close enough to ride a horse or risk your first car to go explore.

Youngs Creek Falls (from top looking down to basin)
These days it is in the wrong direction for tourists who are heading with determination to the beauty of Cape Conran so it is slowly fading back into the past.



Little Cabbage Creek Falls

(to be added)

Falls Creek

(to be added)

Devils Hole

(to be added)












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