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Monday, September 01, 2008

La La Falls - Warburton

The La La Falls are in the former timber cuttting region, near the town of Warburton, 65 km east of Melbourne, in the Yarra State Forest.

A 3.5 km return walking track leads up to the Falls, through the dense jungle of the Four Mile Creek Gully.

The photos show the Falls and the scenery along the Track, on my visit on August 31, 2008, the last day of winter!

The Track is very slippery after heavy rain, and care is needed. Parts of it are rocky and steep, over steps and boardwalks, and it terminates at a viewing platform at the base of the Falls.

In the Photo Album, I have included an archival photo of the Falls as they looked in 1920!

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