"Spring thaw" Kosciuszko National Park Off The Beaten Path Tip by iandsmith
Kosciuszko National Park Off The Beaten Path: 4 reviews and 14 photos
We were on our way back from a day's skiing, having parked at Guthega. The latter is a critical point because, if you go to Perisher you may get caught a kilometre or more from the carpark on busy days, such as it was on this particular occasion.
The down side of Guthega is that part of the road in is dirt, often badly corrugated, though it is only for a few kilometres.
An often unnoticed up side is that the scenery is better and, if you're prepared to alight from your vehicle and do a bit of walking you can have an experience such as I did here; enjoying the wild country that surrounds the snowfields.
This waterfall and accompanying cascades can be seen from the road (the dirt part) and, though it involves only a short walk, it is very steep, almost precipitous, so I wouldn't recommend it for the fainthearted.
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