I am a local and have only just visited this year. I had my licence with my address on it but that wasn't proof that I was a resident nor was my Student ID and the fact that my sister had proof she lived here so getting in was a bit of a mission but we got in anyway.
I took my niece so it was a good educational tour, the flyer could do with a bit of a re-design so that it is more engaging for kids but my niece still enjoyed it.
We done the track that covers the whole park and there are some stunning features!
The Champagne Pool is breathtaking literally, it's hard to breathe when around it but it is definitely a must see.
It's amazing to see nature at it's best.
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