Hey everyone, hope you've all been well! Last week, I was fortunate enough to go on a mini vacation to the South Coast of NSW (finally, a holiday that doesn't involve living in a car or a tent! Not that camping is a bad thing - it's definitely just good to switch it up once in a while). With the Minnamurra Rainforest and Budderoo National Park only a short (and extremely scenic) drive away, we decided to spend a day searching for waterfalls in the area.
When we arrived at the Minnamurra Rainforest area, we were quite surprised by all the facilities available. The entire area is very well kept, probably as it's the only section of rainforest remaining in this region of NSW.
A steep walk later, we reached Lyrebird Falls. I would've loved to take a dip in the pool... if only that was allowed. I guess I'll just have to drive up to the Northern Rivers region of NSW and go chasing waterfalls there. Doesn't sound like a half bad idea, hey?
After we exhausted the trails in the Minnamurra Rainforest area, we headed over to explore the rest of Budderoo National Park. Carrington Falls was high up on my list so we headed there first. The view from the lookout points are honestly stunning!
This was such an amazing trip and I'm so keen to fill 2017 with more adventures like these. Catch you all later (once I return from Far North Queensland)!