Summary: The Jingga Pool Waterfall (which don't officially have a name) is formed by O'Hares Creek plunging into the beautiful Jingga Pool.

At the top of the tranquil Jingga Pool in Dhawaral National Park is small waterfall, where O’Hares Creek drops off a wide ledge. It can get fairly busy on a weekend, although there’s plenty of space around the pool, and lots of shade.

img 1031 lr Jingga Pool and waterfall

Above the natural waterfall is a concrete weir, which was once used to gauge the water flow in O’Hares Creek.

Jingga Pool Falls

Getting to Jingga Pool

A fairly well-used firetrail from the end of Victoria Road in Wedderburn provides access to Jingga Pool. It’s about 1.6km (one-way) to the swimming hole, with one fairly steep section.

The top of the Jingga Pool Waterfall is easily accessed… as is the base of the falls, if you’re prepared to go for a swim!

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