This gallery contains images of Ellenborough Falls and the Bulga Plateau as well as the Comboyne Plateau including Comboyne Village and Boorganna Nature Reserve.
Additionally it contains images of the villages of Bobin and Marlee as well as historic Duffs Bridge and Marlee Bridge both on Dingo Creek.
These two villages and historic bridges are accessed from Wingham before the climb up the mountain begins.Flickr Plant Images
Ellenborough Falls is the longest single drop waterfall in the Southern Hemisphere.(160m Total Height - 200m)
Boorganna Nature Reserve also has a waterfall - Rawson Falls with the walk down to it passing through subtropical and 4 other types of rainforest.
Rawson Falls (40 metre drop) can be reached after a 1.7km walk where a lookout platform allows views of the falls.It is a further 1km down to the base of the falls.
There is a lot to see in the Boorganna Nature Reserve
. It is a sanctuary for five different types of forest. You’ll find dry sclerophyll forest, subtropical rainforest, warm temperate rainforest, and dry rainforest here. Also, eucalyptus forests grow and flourish here as well as the typical lush rainforest. Many visitors are amazed to discover that there are 13 different species of rare trees growing here. This area also contains many ferns, rock lilies, and epiphytes.