Summary: Axe grinding grooves and carved water channels above the Woy Woy Waterfall (Trough Waterfall)

Above the Trough Waterfall (or Secret Woy Woy Waterfall) are a number of deep axe grinding grooves next to the creek.

AWAT1618 LR Woy Woy Waterfall AGGs

As well as the grooves, there are are some carved water channels in the rock platform.

AWAT1614 LR Woy Woy Waterfall AGGs

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