Indarri Falls, Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park is best walked in the early morning, this loop walk takes you to the falls and returns via the hill tops and gorge rim. It is a moderate walk, with a steep descent, if walked in a clockwise direction. At the falls, refresh in the cool water and watch purple-crowned fairy-wrens and crimson finches in the creek-side vegetation.... more
Canoe/kayak to the falls
Distance: three kilometres return.
Time: allow one hour paddling time.
From the canoe hire landing, paddle upstream to the spectacular orange sandstone walls of the Middle Gorge and continue to Indarri Falls. A landing is provided here so you can have a rest and a swim before returning.
Do not climb on the waterfalls. Keep to the walking track at all times. Wear sunscreen, rest often in the shade and carry plenty of drinking water. Drinking water straight from Lawn Hill Creek can make you very thirsty because of high levels of calcium carbonate. Do not approach or interfere with freshwater crocodiles and take care when swimming. Stay clear of cliffs and steep rock faces.
Walk to the falls
Distance: 3.8 kilometres return.
Time: allow 1.5 hours walking time.... less
This is a moderate walk, with a steep descent, if walked in a clockwise direction. It is strongly advised that walkers set out in the early hours of the morning.
Always carry water, wear a hat and sturdy footwear. Wear sunscreen, particularly when in the gorge, as the sun's reflection off the water can burn skin rapidly.
Be croc wise. Freshwater crocodiles inhabit the park and are often seen in Lawn Hill Creek.
Walk between April and September to avoid weather extremes.
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