At Fowley’s Falls, a small parking area on the side of the road is located opposite the steps down to the walk. Once you reach the trail, you take a narrow gravel path along the river where there are some small steps to navigate as well.
Along the walk, plenty of areas that have been cleared, so you get an excellent view of the river, falls and bedrock.
As you walk westerly along the upwards slope of the river, you notice a whole range of waterside vegetation from ferns to trees. This riverside is also a good place to catch a glimpse of the brown spotted Kingfisher and the elusive Otter. Unfortunately, I didn’t spot any rare wildlife on this occasion, but the beautiful falls more than made up for that.
At the western end of the trail, you find a wonderful clearing with picnic tables. It’s a very serene setting and would be a lovely place to enjoy a picnic with family and friends during the summer months.