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My wife, son and I went on the Wonga Walk of 6.6 km in length from the rainforest centre. The walk was at a steady pace and stopped every now and again to take water on board. We stopped at two waterfalls to take photos....More
On the way to Rumbalara B&B place, one will pass by this cave (Natural bridge) that has a small waterfall. Can't see this at night so if one times it right, you can see the waterfall and the ice arch, take some great shots, wait...More
Great place to view a sub-tropical rainforest. Easy walk with some stairs, boardwalk, trail. Lots of interesting plants including many poisonous ones, giant ferns growing in trees, strangler fig trees, and fungii. Enjoyable to see the Natural Bridge and falls in this area.
The Gibraltar Range, between Glen Innes and Grafton, in northern NSW is just one section of the World Heritage listed Gondwana Rainforest region. We stumbled across this location whilst travelling from Inverell to Coffs Harbour using the Gwydir Highway. As a geography teacher, I am...More