Visited in the wet season so very impressive but water level was very high so crocs could enter the pool - therefore no swimming was allowed. Still worth the visit though as they are quite something!
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Our family walked and swam in the rain during the wet season the conditions only added to the fun. The paths were clear, safe and well presented. This is a great time of year to see this part of Aus. Well Done, we will be...More
It’s a beautiful spot for swimming about 100m from the car park. One of the few which is located so close to the car park actually besides Wangi Falls. Unfortunately, the pool was closed when we went in the wet season due to crocodile risks....More
Stop at the tourist hub/camp ground, grab refreshments and lunch and take the family to the falls you can swim in [there are options]. Sometimes the falls are closed if the rivers are running fast and high - heed the warnings ! There are various...More
A short trip (60 km) from Katherine. The main swimming area was popular. We did the Leliyn Trail, which is a 2.6 km walk to the Upper Falls area. It is a grade 3 (moderate) walk, but beware - it felt quite taxing in the...More
When we visited in April 2017 there was an abundance of water coming over the falls. The pool was closed to swimming which was a pity and some of the walk ways were inaccessible. This did nothing to spoil our visit though, as we knew...More
Glad we made the effort to walk to the upper Pool. What a beautiful waterfall and stunning scenery. If you have done the Gunlom walk in Kakadu this is a breeze but as usual take it easy in the heat and take heaps of water....More