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Large traverse wall above the water just below the weir on the Stoney Creek track. Just by the weir water fall. Follow track from the carpark up past the Douglas turn off (turn for Douglas Track Boulders along track, DO NOT turn for water solo, go straight up rocky path) for about 15 minutes, until you get to the steep section with the very light brown roots of a tree you have to duck under, with the big water fall at the weir visible. Turn before this, if you reach here you are above the wall. The photo attached shows the turn off to the wall as a Topo. Beware stinging tree and snakes do inhabit area

Access issues inherited from Stoney Creek

National Park. Please respect this.

Ethic inherited from Stoney Creek

National Park - respect this. Take home all rubbish and look after the place.


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Recent floods have filled up water with rocks


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Walk down stone and dirt stairs on eft of track

Traverse right to left along wall, top at end above mossy section or fall in where you please. No chalk or shoes required. Rocks now have replaced water. No longer a water solo.

Set by Lars Kolfen

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