A short drive to one of natures outstanding sculptures between Mannum and Murray Bridge.
This is a popular bush walking destination, with moderate to steep walking tracks along Reedy Creek to the falls. The falls are a geological phenomenon with large granite outcrops rising from the plains around the Reedy Creek to provide natural waterfalls. Alongside these outcrops are walking trails for those who wish to enjoy the scenery at close proximity.
With very scenic views, an abundance of wild life, along with fascinating geology.
Access to the falls is a walk from one of the two car parks. The first car park is on the left, which leaves a one kilometre steep walk to the falls. The second car park is situated above the falls with a short walk down to them. Toilets are available and located 600 meters from the car park.
Not always possible but the most spectacular time to view the falls is after recent rains in the hills catchment area during winter months.