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We enjoyed our walk to the Doug Aspley Gorge. It takes about 2 to 3 hours return. Walk towards the waterhole, most people do this but do go beyond over the rock and walk through the forest and listen to the birds. Then descend into...More
Because of a few negative comments, we nearly didn’t go to the waterhole but I’m glad that we did. On the drive in, quite a few trees have been cleared which is a shame but it’s a picturesque drive nonetheless. From the car park it’s...More
The waterhole is only a short walk and is just stunning. The walk to tbe gorge wasn't as difficult as I'd expected. Gorgeous trees and ferns along the way and the gorge was such a beautiful place to enjoy our lunch. A definite must do...More
Walked the main track to the gorge. The legs got a great work out going up and down!
With the river so low we rock hopped our way back along the riverbed. Stopping for a quiet secluded swim in one of the rock pools.
I went early for a solo walk down to the waterhole and then on to the gorge and return by same track. No one else around so very peaceful. Easy 3 hour walk including spending an hour having a good look around at the gorge....More
Visited the national park on a warm day. Didn't do the walk along the gorge but we headed straight to the waterhole which is only a 10 min walk.
The water is crystal clear and there were many people swimming in there.
There are actually...More