National Park Falls

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The unimaginatively named National Park Falls is the other of two waterfalls in the John Forrest National Park.

Even though Hovea Falls (the other waterfall in the park) was barely flowing further up the Jane Brook, this waterfall was bone dry upon my visit in mid June 2006. This was even despite recent rains that had dumped on the region. I guess you can't win them all ;)

We showed up at around mid-June of 2006. I reckon the waterflow should be better later in the Winter or Spring if it has rained appreciably (no dice if there has been drought).

Directions: To get to the falls, follow the directions in the Hovea Falls page to get to the Glen Brook Dam car park. From there, follow the well-signed trail, which veers to the left and heads west for a few minutes until it reaches the falls.

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