This walk is through part of the fire ravaged area around Northcliffe. We went to the area to see how the forest is recovering. The trail itself is easy to follow as DPaW has been through to remove dangerous limbs and trees. They have also repaired the viewing platform located towards the end of the trail. It was fantastic to see the trees starting to sprout new growth and to see many birds in the area. The last 200m of the trail is rather steep and it was covered in leaves and bark but still passable. The falls themselves would be quite spectacular in late winter early spring but as we went in autumn there was only a trickle of water going over them. We enjoyed the walk but you do need to be fit to attempt it.