Lima Falls walk

DSCN8995Lima Falls is a delightful spot and easy to access, being only a short walk from the small car park. The main falls cascade down a steep granite face and this year there was a good flow. Below these falls, the stream gurgles and rushes down a rocky, tree-fern gully, ending up in a sandy stream-bed – gorgeous.

A small group of about 20 walkers picnicked at the bottom of the falls (it was Father’s Day, afterall!), before exploring the creek and walking through the bluegum forest back to the cars. Whilst exploring this site, you feel you could be anywhere, but the reality is a little different. The falls are squished between big blocks of pine plantations (see satellite images), many recently harvested, so it’s best to keep your gaze low and pretend. A special spot nonetheless!

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