Kangaroo Falls & Stockyard Creek - Carrai - V4AII ***

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LAURIE ALDERTON
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Full name: Laurence Alderton
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State: New South Wales

Kangaroo Falls & Stockyard Creek - Carrai - V4AII ***

Post by LAURIE ALDERTON » 13 Apr 2021, 13:32

If you like abseiling in waterfalls you will love this
8 abseils 30-40 metres aprox. and 1 x 6 metres - All of them wet
Main Falls - Pitch 1 Rope anchor. Pitches 2 - 6 bolted rings . Cascades Tape anchor. Waterfall 2 Bolted rings.
Waterfall 3 log anchor
Good exit up Heat Stroke Hill to lookout
1 1/2 hrs inland from Kempsey
If water levels look like they do in these photos it is excellent conditions.
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Bojack Horseman
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Re: Kangaroo Falls & Stockyard Creek - Carrai

Post by Bojack Horseman » 13 Apr 2021, 14:07

Looks fantastic

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Re: Kangaroo Falls & Stockyard Creek - Carrai

Post by Bojack Horseman » 13 Apr 2021, 14:22

I suppose the big Q Laurie is whats the road like to the camp site

LAURIE ALDERTON
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Re: Kangaroo Falls & Stockyard Creek - Carrai

Post by LAURIE ALDERTON » 13 Apr 2021, 14:51

Bojack Horseman wrote:
13 Apr 2021, 14:22
I suppose the big Q Laurie is whats the road like to the camp site
It is a long way on gravel and mountain forest roads but ok for 2wd in the dry ( if its got a bit of ground clearance ) but Id recommend AWD or 4wd especially if wet

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