Meekadarabee Falls


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. 

Location

Meekadarabee Falls

Ellensbrook, Ellen Brook Road WA 6285

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