This winter, wrap up and venture into the great outdoors. You’ll be rewarded with an awe-inspiring roar from these natural wonders that can be just as relaxing and therapeutic as the toasty fire waiting for you at the end of the day.
Don’t go chasing waterfalls” is sound advice for most of the year in the Margaret River Region, when your dreams of finding majestic cascades in bountiful flow, will evaporate just as quickly as the hard earned beads of sweat you gleaned from hiking there. But with the winter rain comes the rush of rivers and the awakening of the creeks and valleys of the south west. The parched earth is revived with a hurried flow of water and the little known waterfalls of the region spring to life.
So make the most of winter while it’s here, and the unique gifts it bestows upon the landscape. Tread carefully with consideration for the environment, and be mindful that many of these waterfalls are sites of cultural significance for the Wadandi people.