It was worth the walk

After some rain this morning, the day improved and we had some sunshine, so we decided to do the walk to Quinninup Falls. We had not been there before and thought it would have water flowing after the last day to two’s rain.

From the Moses Rock Beach carpark you follow the Cape to Cape trail north for about 1.6km. When we left the weather was pretty good, but windy, and the ocean was thumping.

After the rain the track was wet and slippery in places.

The scenery from the track as it winds it’s way up and down the rocks and dunes is stunning.

After the 1.6 km you turn inland for 300 metres and it is from here that you can see the top of the falls. It is not until the end of this track that the main fall reveals itself.

Along the way there are signs of spring.

We made it back to the car before a few sun-showers came through.

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11 Responses to It was worth the walk

  1. Helen Adlard says:

    Looked lovely x

  2. shock12012 says:

    Stunning photos xx

    Sian Hockridge

  3. olsonfamilytree says:

    Good to see you out and about K&J.
    Great to see water flowing.
    Not much flowing here in Dublin but Guinness! Oh and the odd sprinkle of whiskey!
    Cheers H&T

  4. Denise Wilkes says:

    Gorgeous and in our own back yard. Haven’t been there yet…..

  5. Peter Jackson says:

    We will note this walk for our next visit south. Good to see you are out and about in these bracing winter conditions.

  6. Robyn says:

    Beautiful. It’s great to walk on a winters day. Now in Adelaide until Monday.

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