Summary: Two small (unnamed) waterfalls along the Split Rock Track in the Great Western Tiers.

Along the Split Rock Track are two named waterfalls – Split Rock Falls and Shower Cave Falls. Almost as impressive are a number of slightly smaller and unnamed waterfalls along the track.

The first waterfall has only a relatively small amount of water, but the cascade is in the middle of large, natural cave-like amphitheatre.

The second waterfall is a cascade. Again, it’s not impressive in terms of its height or volume, but because of the many moss-covered rocks that the water flows over.

Split Rock Track cascade

Getting to the cascades

These small waterfalls are about 1.5km along the Split Rock Track from the carpark on Meander Falls Road. If you’re short on time, you could visit all the waterfalls along this track in 1-2 hours (3.3km partial loop).

It’s best to combine this track with the Meander Falls Track to do a longer loop walk (11.5km), which also visits the spectacular Meander Falls.

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