Summary: Located on the Willlams River in the Barrington Tops National Park, Lions Rock is a small cascade along the Rocky Crossing track.

One of a few signposted attractions along the Rocky Crossing bushwalk in Barrington Tops, Lions Rock is a small cascade where the Williams River has carved a channel through the rocks. It get its name from one of the rocks having the profile of a lion’s head.

Lions Rock (Rocky Crossing)

Getting to Lions Rock

The cascade and rock formation is accessed by a short (signposted) side-trail off the Rocky Crossing track, which follows the Williams River. It’s about 2.3km from the Williams River Day Use Area trailhead.

IMG 4233 LR Lions Rock (Rocky Crossing)

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