Fairy Bower Falls, Bundanoon

June 22, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

Morton National Park is a fantastic asset, at almost 200,000 hectares it can be accessed from Fitzroy falls near Robertson, Milton on the South Coast and Bundanoon. From the Bundanoon entrance you can take walks down into the valley or lookout over it from various vantage points, there is also of course Fairy Bower Falls and the old Erith coal mine site. This was my second visit to photograph the falls and I am still not completely happy with the outcome, difficult to get a good shot of the whole of the falls. Both of my visits have been early morning and this the sun shining on the top of the falls the contrast between top and bottom is significant, a visit later in the day is in order. Access is via a short walk, (1.1kms), that cuts across a water weathered rock shelf and small stream that feed the falls. The walk out is slightly more difficult, uphill for most of the way Fairy Bower FallsFairy Bower FallsMorton National Park, Bundanoon


Silken WatersSilken WatersStream feeding Fairy Bower Falls Fairy Bower FallsFairy Bower FallsMorton National Park, Bundanoon


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