well...this certainly a walk for only the most determined... not for the faint hearted or unprepared. Do not to attempt on your own, or without provisions. l would go so far as to classify it as dangerous. lt is most poorly signed and if you arrive at the carpark after several wrong turns and you have managed to realise the track is actually still a road, you know it is a carpark as it has a bbq. Driven at a crawl, possibly better to walk from the last turnoff. Let it be said l never reached the falls. l dare anyone now to find the track. At first l tried along the creek, which seemingly had a track and some bridgework, but people have trampled everywhere trying to find the track and it disappeares into bush at every turn. Half an hour later l came back to the carpark and seemed to recall l had read it was a steep walk, so possibly l had to head uphill? The arrow on the sign at the carpark could have pointed uphill?? l saw some blue tape tied around a tree up the hill from the table and thought aha! But no. After 22 sightings of blue tape, it was like the game "l spy", as there was absolutely no track between the blue tapes. l felt like Gretel following crumbs and l nearly lost my way simply looking high and low for the next tape. lt was getting dark, with no phone service in the middle of nowhere, so commonsense prevailed and l admitted defeat. l should like to try again another time, but allow a full day and do not go alone...Truly disappointing
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