Waterfalls ❖ Lakes and Pools ❖ Mangroves ❖ Rivers ❖ Erosion ❖ River Beds ❖ Others
An intermittent waterfall on the Benowie Walking Track, Hornsby (here).
The top of a waterfall on Moonie Moonie creek (near here).
The end of the Waterfall Walk at Kanangra Walls.
On the America Bay track in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park (the lense got splashed).
Near a suburb called Waterfall – where you would expect waterfalls!
Rocky Ponds (somewhere near here). There is a track from Little Wobby which becomes very overgrown, but the area is very beautiful once you get there.
Federal Falls in Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area. There’s a cave behind the waterfall.
The Girakool Loop in Brisbane Water National Park has lots of little waterfalls (explore the side tracks!).
Rollasons Fall in Mount Buffalo National Park, Victoria (here).
Lakes and Pools
There are some beautiful lakes in Tasmania. This one is near Cradle Mountain.
Another view of Cradle Mountain, and the edge of Lake St Clair.
Some more of Lake St Clair. There is a ferry across.
The Walls of Jerusalem National Park, Tasmania. I had a sore knee so I didn’t make it the whole way, but the pools and lakes I saw were lovely.
Crater Lake, near Cradle Mountain. The walk up is steep.
Wombat Pool near Cradle Mountain.
Back to New South Wales again ...
Under a waterfall at Rocky Ponds.
The end of Bob Turner’s Track – Colo River in the Wollemi Wilderness.
Emerald Pool in Popran National Park. Beautiful, but the walk there is not very interesting.
At the base of Winifred Falls.
Karloo Pools at Kangaroo Creek, Royal National Park (here).
A pool in a river near Cairns (people photoshopped out).
Kayaking up Rocklow Creek, Minnamurra. The water was very clear.
An archway to the side of Minnamurra River.
Cowan Creek (I think).
Patonga Creek. The water was very still.
Mangroves beside the Magazine Track.
Some mangroves in Garigal National Park.
In Muogamarra Nature Reserve (only open to the public in Spring).
Not mangroves, just some twisty trees in a swamp. The reflections are interesting.
The Cascades Track in New England National Park, one of the most beautiful places I know. The second photo is blurred when zoomed in, but I still like it.
A river crossing in Heathcote National Park, near the intersection of the Bullawarring and Mooray Tracks (here).
Kangaroo Creek in the Royal National Park (here). You can walk from Heathcote or paddle from Audley.
Colo River, Upper Colo. I kayaked down river, but the current was quite strong, so I had to wade back up pulling the kayak.
A side creek along the Gibberagong track from Wahroonga to Bobbin Head.
A stony river near Cairns.
Calna Creek in Berowra Valley National Park (here). This shot looks very peaceful to me.
Deep Creek near Narrabeen (here). Part of a lovely walk with a cave and a waterfall.
Carroll Creek in Garigal National Park.
Middle Harbour Creek in Garigal National Park.
The Casuarina Track in Garigal National Park.
Rocky Ponds. Walking back up the river was fun.
Flaggy Creek Gorge in Mount Lawson State Park, Victoria (here). It’s a long walk to the gorge, but it is an amazing place.
Dunn’s Swamp. See the Lithgow Area page for more photos of the river.
Cockle Creek, Bobbin Head. I think the white dots below the mangroves are oysters.
Along the Governor Phillip Walk.
Some oysters in mangroves on the Governor Phillip Walk.
A beach along the Governor Phillip Walk. People swim here sometimes.
View from the end of Duffy’s Wharf Track.
Up river from Roseville Bridge.
A creek near Ourimbah.
View from a freeway bridge.
A river crossing in Hornsby (here). There are lots of water dragons in this area.
A river near Heathcote.
River crossing in Waratah Gully on the Berowra Track (here).
A muddy river bed. Yancowinna Creek near Broken Hill (somewhere around here).
Low tide at Apple Tree Bay, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.
Near the top of a waterfall at Girakool, Brisbane Water National Park.
A little whirlpool in Mooney Mooney Creek.
Some underwater rocks.
A jellyfish in Mooney Mooney creek.
Stepping stone crossing in Garigal National Park (here).
Alternative crossing further down the creek.
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