Just a short and easy walk through the bush, will take you to Wappa Falls, where there are safe rock pools to swim in. If you are more ambitious, you can go further down the trail to the deeper pools; supervision is a must.
I do like swimming in the more gentle rock pools, though some like to sit under the waterfalls and dive into the deeper pool at the bottom of the main waterfall. It is the most beautiful setting with plenty to catch the eye of the camera.
You may see the odd turtle on the rocks if you're lucky. The scenery is stunning and the walking quite easy though paths aren't marked that clearly.
Whilst walking do look out for fungi, dragon flies, and exotic little plants that hide in the grass. As a photographer or artist you will find some stunning inspiration. Being such a popular place, you will find many people enjoying a barbecue while children can spend time playing in the playground.
Visited here recently and what a beautiful gem of a place. The azaleas added colour to the lovely lawn and picnic areas. Good facilities provided. If you are looking for birds there are Comb-crested Jacana walking on the floating vegetation, an intermediate Egret fishing, kookaburras, flycatchers, dusky moorhens, crested grebes and figbirds. After seeing what the falls look like after rain, I want to visit again.