Summary: The small Minerva Pool Waterfall (which doesn't officially have a name) is formed by Stokes Creek cascading into the tranquil Minerva Pool.

While not as impressive as the nearby Jingga Pool Waterfall, Minerva Pool has a small cascade where Stokes Creek drops into the pool.

Minerva Pool Waterfall

Swimming at Minerva Pool

Minerva Pool (like Jingga Pool) is a popular swimming hole – but the traditional owners of the land ask that only women and children enter this waterhole. It can be a bit tricky to get in and out of the water, with the pool surrounded by rocks.

Minerva Pool

Getting to Minerva Pool

A bushwalking track from the end of Victoria Road in Wedderburn provides access to the pool and small waterfall. It’s about 1.6km (one-way) to the swimming hole.

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