Due to fires in the area, Snowy River National Park is closed until further notice, including all roads, walking tracks, campgrounds and day-visit sites within the park on the eastern and western side of Snowy River. The closure includes Snowy River, so visitors on kayaks and rafts travelling south from the NSW border are advised to leave the river at McKillops Bridge.
With deep gorges and magnificent forests, the remote wilderness of the Snowy River National Park includes a walk to the spectacular Raymond Creek Falls. The falls plunge 20 metres into a deep, clear pool.
Location: Snowy River National Park
Distance: 1km return
Duration: 1 hour
Grade: Level 2–3 (some steep steps)
Level 2 – No experience required. The track is hardened gravel or compacted surface and may have a gentle hill section or sections and some steps. Walks up to 10km.
Level 3 – Suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Some bushwalking experience recommended. Tracks may have short steep sections, a rough surface and steps. Walks up to 20km.
Finish: Raymond Creek Falls picnic area
Getting there: Raymond Creek Falls is approximately 37km north-west of Orbost and can be reached all year round along Yalmy Road and Moresford Road.
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