Location - Paluma Range National Park, North Queensland, Australia
Difficulty - Grade 5, bushwalking experience recommended
Duration - 3-6 hours
Distance - ~11 km
This rugged rainforest creek is located in Paluma Range and flows into Crystal Creek. This creek was named after the chockstone feature in the creek by Luen Warneke and Adrian Garnett.
The headwaters of this creek are uniquely swampy with lots of lawyer cane, which is to be expected.
There are several rappels throughout this creek. However, they are not essential.
Walk back along Intake Road to Mango Tree car park.
If you have time, rock hop down Ethel Creek to the Lower Falls.Photos by Luen Warneke and Adrian Garnett
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