|Posted on January 6, 2015 at 7:45 AM|
Whian Whian Falls – A Northern Rivers Natural Wonder...
Just outside the town of Dunoon in the Northern Rivers, NSW there is a stunning oasis that is known as, Whian Whian Falls. Like most, it isn’t signposted very well signposted and to get there you drive through Dunoon, take a left hand turn down Whian Whian Road.
Not far down that road, at the bottom of a hill and across the bridge, there is a parking area on the left seemingly in the middle of nowhere. It is a little hard to miss, especially if there is a tour bus parked there as was the case on the day I visited. There is a well worn walking track along a fence line that leads down to the falls and only takes just a minute or two. Always incredibly popular, there was a large group of about twenty other people enjoying the spot with swimmers, photographers and onlookers, all soaking up the incredible beauty of this stunning place.
I couldn’t resist and took advantage, snapping
a couple of shots.
There are plenty of fresh water around
and shallow pools for waders and frolickers,
so everyone can have a little fun.
Put aside a few hours and make the trip out to
Whian Whian falls to see for yourself,
one of the Northern Rivers natural wonders.
Word of warning: people have been badly injured jumping at the falls. Do so at your own risk.