Sunday 13 June 2021
Photos courtesy of Tom, Amanda and Rob
Five walkers set off to explore the creeks and rock outcrops seen on aerial photos in the Comerang Mountain area. 50mm of rain fell in this area a few days before the walk so the creeks and waterfalls had plenty of water and offered spectacular views.
This area was burnt in the fires of 2020 so gaining access to the creeks through the regrowth was a challenge.
The geology of this area is really interesting with fractured sedimentary rock forcing creeks to make sharp right angle turns and producing resulting cascades, waterfalls and deep pools. A number of the pools are over 2m deep and will make a great place to cool off when the weather is warmer.