The long boardwalks stretch over the wetlands, so walkers can get into the guts of the wetlands and view waterbirds and other animals. It's an area which is greatly enjoyed by enthusiastic birdwatchers.
Each week I see so many professional and beginner photographers capturing the native wildlife. I have seen wallabies, water turtles, various bird species and snakes.
The path itself is kid-friendly and interesting. There are little bridges and boardwalks, interesting bushes and vines and plenty of flora and fauna.
Whenever you get closer to the waterfall, you can hear the rushing water, and once you reach it, you'll feel you've stepped back in time. There are amazing overhanging rocks, blanketed in carvings from people who've visited before.