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Mumbedah Falls

Jenolan 8930-3N

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800 metres

Mumbedah Falls is a series of waterfalls and cataracts on Mumbedah Creek a short distance upstream of Jigger Gully.

Deep in the gorge gouged out by Mumbedah Creek, the cliffs on either side show the incredible power of water to cut through the rock.

The cliffs restrict access to Mumbedah Falls somewhat but the beauty of the area makes the effort worthwhile.


Kanangra-Boyd National Park (NSW)



Mumbedah Falls
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