Meekadarabee Falls

Star 3.6 (15 Google reviews)

Meekadarabee Falls were known to Aboriginal people as ‘the bathing place of the moon’ and there is a fascinating legend about the moss-covered waterfall and the small cave behind it. The falls are no longer visible due to natural geological changes, however the location also houses Ellenbrook Heritage Site where you can learn the history and stories of the area.
This surprisingly beautiful attraction in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park is not well known, and there is a beautiful 2km wildflower walk in spring. 


Meekadarabee Falls

Cape to Cape Walk Track, Yebble WA 6284


Star 3.6 (15 Google reviews)
Jack Baker 01 January 2022

Aboriginal Cultural significant site with a storybook in English and notes from Ellen Bussel at the site. Enter from Ellenbrook homestead. Google map position is wrong.

Shardae Rakoto 12 August 2021

Such a nice walk through the Forrest before getting to these small but very pretty falls. Worth the visit.

Ryzza 07 October 2021

Such a beautiful place. Even though there is no real waterfall its amazing.

Rick 04 July 2020

600m along a well-constructed pathway, this track is suitable for all fitness levels and has no stairs. The trail itself is quaint and follows Ellen's Brook, but the "waterfall" is non-existent regardless of the time of year. Consider the journey, not the destination!