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Noble Falls

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by Olive Butler (subscribe)
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Published July 11th 2021
We happened across Noble falls by chance whilst driving to Wave Rock. From the road, we saw this foamy white water billowing around and decided that we just had to get out and see it. This was just following a massive downpour and so the falls were full and flowing. Surprisingly the area was considerably quiet. We pulled up and sat at one of the many picnic benches for some lunch. After that, we took the small walk across this bridge to get a better look at the falls.

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A section of the falls


Whilst we took a rather short walk across to the falls, there is actually a 3.6Km walk trail that runs along the Woorloo Brook connected to the falls. This loop trail is a grade 2 difficulty and takes roughly 1-3 hours to complete.

The surrounding bushland consists of jarrah, marri and grass trees. In spring it is home to a bunch of wildflowers.

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The stunning bushland surrounding Noble falls


There are a bunch of barbecues at the falls for those wanting to enjoy a cooked lunch in nature. Alternatively, the Noble Falls Tavern is not a far drive away.

The falls were really beautiful and a worthwhile stop-over on our road trip.
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When: 24 hours
Where: Toodyay Road, Gidgegannup 6083
Cost: free
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A lovely area to come across by accident. It just goes to show what you can see if you keep your eyes peeled.
by Gayle Beveridge (score: 3|9187) 84 days ago
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