All photographs in this gallery were taken by R. J. Burling
WOLLOMOMBI FALLSThe Wollomombi Falls are one of the highest falls in Australia. The spectacular single fall from the undulating plateau country around Wollomombi to the floor of the Wollomombi Gorge often gives visitors a truly superb view. The views, though sometimes shrouded in mist, are most spectacular after heavy rain in the area.
They are located less than 1km south of the village of Wollomombi and approximately 2.5Km by road. The access turnoff is 1.5km from Wollomombi on the Waterfall Way towards Armidale.
Associated with the Wollomombi Falls is the lesser known Chandler Falls (on the Chandler River) which lie to the east of the Wollomombi Falls. Whilst not as specatacular, they add to the overall effect of the gorge.
The top four photographs show various views of the falls and the gorge area. The bottom 3 photos show closeups of the main falls.
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RJB November 1999
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