Following on from our Goshen Station camping post, I thought I’d better hurry up and finish that trip off with a little post about the beautiful Blencoe Falls and the Kirrama Range Road – remembering that I am still playing catchup and we did this trip in July 2016!
As we camped at Goshen Station for a week, we decided to take a day trip out to Blencoe Falls from there. It was only a short 40 minute drive to the falls and a fantastic day out. We took a picnic lunch, did a walk, checked out the camp grounds and had a swim. It is a beautiful spot at Blencoe Falls but quite crowded when we were there (it was school holidays). The waterfall lookout and viewing platform boasts spectacular views – definitely deserves the title of being one of the most stunning (and least known) waterfalls in Australia! There are views of the waterfall and the Herbert River Gorge – there are lots of Hoop Pines and it felt like we were in Canada somewhere!
Lexi and I did the short (took us about an hour) walk from the viewing platform to the campgrounds. It was an easy walk with some beautiful scenery along the way. Continue reading