It is an easy place to stop for a quick look and photo as there is very little walking involved. Located just off Braidwood Road the waterfall is sign-posted, so it is easy to find. It is a short drive to the car park where you will see an information bay providing information about the area, it's history, flora and fauna.
From the carpark it is a very short walk (less than 50 metres) to the viewing platform. The lookout is fenced and there is a small metal viewing platform from where you can view the waterfall.
If you look to your left you will see Tianjara Falls, which plunges 64 metres over the sandstone escarpment. The amount of water flowing on any given day will depend on how much rain the region has recently had. If you look to your right you will see the rugged Ettrema Wilderness stretching out to the horizon in the valley below.
Morton National Park is the fifth largest national park in New South Wales and includes spectacular features such as waterfalls, glow worm caves at Bundanoon, the Ettrema Wilderness and Monolith Valley. Three-quarters of the park is inaccessible by public road as it is a designated wilderness area and a sanctuary for wildlife. For more information about Morton National Park please head to the National Parks and Wildlife service website here.
Relatives live at Burrill Lake. Do they have to go to Nowra or can they go via Nelligen? They have a 4WD and are always looking for places to explore. We have done Pigeon House Mountain and can recommend to the fit and able. The views are worth the sometime strenuous 'trek'.