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Sinusoidal Ravine

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The Sinusoidal Ravine was formed by a Birds Rock Creek, flowing east from Bird Rock to Carne Creek.

As the little creek nears Carne Creek it snakes it's way through a twisty passage with large cliffs tipped with beautiful pagodas.

Thick vegetation, steep cliffs and the continuous direction changing makes it very challenging to walk through the Sinusoidal Ravine.

Nevertheless, the effort is work it. The Sinusidal Ravine is simply beautiful.

Newnes State Forest (NSW)

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