Dinner Falls

Dinner Falls Circuit adjoins the walk to the crater at Mount Hypipamee National Park. Take the bitumen path to the Crater Lookout platform.

Mt Hypipamee Crater was formed by an explosive eruption of volcanic gases which blasted through solid granite. Angular blocks of granite as large as refrigerators can be found in the surrounding rainforest, giving testimony to the power of the explosion that hurled them there. The Crater has sheer granite walls rising 58 metres above the lake which is 82 metres deep.

More information:

https://www.wettropics.gov.au/dinner-falls-circuit.html

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