Nymph Falls

In the winter Nymph Falls Nature Park is a raging high current river. In the summer the waters calm down considerable and this beautiful spot becomes a busy swimming hole for many.

The leisurely walk from the parking lot is roughly 600 meters. Dogs are welcome, even off leash if kept under control. There is also a picnic area complete with a few picnic benches.

Directions: Nymph Falls is located along Plateau Rd on the way to Forbidden Plateau. Shortly after crossing the inland highway you’ll find the park about 2 km’s ahead on the left hand side (shortly before the hatchery

Not sure I would recommend most of the diving occuring in this video, but it is some interesting footage of swimming at Nymph Falls!

2 Comments » for Nymph Falls
  1. Dianne White says:

    What a great spot for a walk and picnic,I didn’t know this lovely place was so close to home.I’ll be back!

  2. Ryan says:

    Nymph Falls is one of the most impressive sites that I’ve ever been too. I could literally spend hours walking the river.

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