Summary: Strickland Falls is a small waterfall in the Strickland State Forest, located in a nice rainforest setting.

The Strickland Falls, formed by Stoney Creek cascading over a small cliff, are not large or particularly impressive. It’s best to go after a few days of rain, as there’s often only a trickle of water. It’s a nice spot, with the cool and shaded valley falls surrounded by ferns in a very rainforest-like setting.

Strickland Falls in Strickland State Forest

The falls can be reached via a short loop from the Banksia Picnia Area, or you can join a few tracks to form a longer loop walk through the Strickland State Forest. Dogs are allowed on this walk (on leash).

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