Blowering Cliffs Walking Track

National Parks and Reserves

This walk to Blowering Falls starts from the carpark at the bridge over Snowy Mountains Highway, near Log Bridge Creek picnic area and campground. The track sets off along a management trail, through open montane forest. It’s quite steep in sections, but you’re rewarded with ever-changing views of Blowering Reservoir. You’ll have a view of the waterfall trickling down the granite cliffs.

Continue walking for more views. This section involves negotiating rock slabs that have fallen from the cliff, so pick your track carefully. It’s common to see eastern grey kangaroos, emus and wallabies along this track. Birdwatchers will be able to identify native honeyeaters, firetails, parrots and raptors. Return along the same track, and make use of the Log Bridge Creek campground for a leisurely picnic, or set up camp for the night.

Facilities

Picnic Area

Membership

New South Wales Business Chamber Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre

Accreditation

Visitor Information Centre National Accreditation

Rates

Free Entry

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