|Golton Gorge Walk
|We've wanted to do this walk for a while as its been some 25 years since we did it the first time. But fires had been through and thus the area has been closed for a few years. Driving past this year we noticed the road was open, so we drove in to see what was going on. Nice car park and picnic area and yes a sign for a walk. Time for lunch so we thought, lets stay here and add this walk to today's activities. Due to the fires it seems that this walk has been re-thought and re-aligned and is now a 600 m return trip, rather than the old 2-3 km round trip. It's a rough but well marked trail and you are rewarded with interesting views of the gorge and the plains below.
|The car park
|and the picnic area
|Heading off down the initially groomed path
|Down, across the creek
|The track soon becomes a bush walk
|Gorge ahead, dangerous drops abound
|Walk becomes quite rough in paces
|Out onto the falls area.
|Very slippery in the wet areas.
|Views out to the plains
|Top of the gorge
|Can you see a face here?