Granite Falls Track, Morton NP, NSW

A short walk to a rather unique copper coloured waterfall situated in Morton National Park, inland from Sussex Inlet.

This short and easy walk in Morton National Park, inland from Sussex Inlet on the NSW South Coast, ends at a rather unique copper coloured waterfall called Granite Falls. There wasn’t much water falling on the day we went, but it’s the rock colours that make it interesting. If you are driving down or up the coast then it’s worth making the side trip and stretching your legs to check this out. There were also wildflowers in abundance when we visited in mid spring. Track details on the NSW NPWS website.

The Scenery

Granite Falls Track
It was a deep copper colour.

 

Granite Falls Track
The falls were 63m high.
Granite Falls Track
Wildflowers out along the short track in to the falls.

Author: Edward Hathway

I'm a clinical psychologist and keen hiker.

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