This was a lovely place to stop. The campground was spacious and with individual bays and shared green grass and heaps of shade. There are two places to swim, the lower falls and the upper falls. To get to the upper falls requires a steep climb and a lot of sweat, but it is well worth the effort.
The lower pool.
It is 150 metres to swim across. Well Miss B and Big Boy. Too Scary for me to swim across and there were some very big fish in there. As for crocs, the rangers assured us there were just some freshies, but definitely safe from salties. It's easy to be wise afterwards, we noticed the local indigineous people, didn't swm!
The lovely upper pool.
The kids at the top pool.
Watch out, those rocks are slippery.
Next stop, Litchfield National Park.