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The Fingal Valley

 

To the south of the Fingal Valley,  forestry roads provide access to three fine waterfalls.  From Avoca, the road south passes through Royal George and on up the ranges to the junction of the MS and MG forest roads.  To the right the MS road provides access to Meetus Falls.  The MG road to the left access to Hardings Falls.  Meadstone Falls are further on off Valley Road.  Also accessed from east of Fingal.  See the Fingal Valley Map.

 

The forestry roads run the entire length of the hills to the south of the Fingal Valley between Lake Leake and St Mary's.

 

 

Meadstone Falls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meadstone Falls from the viewing platform.  Reduced to just a trickle after a dry summer.  Any easy track, just a little steep near the falls.  There are a few ways to the reserve.  Just east of Fingal along the Esk Highway, Valley Road branches off to the right towards the logging area of Mt Puzzler.  Follow the signs!

 

The road to Meadstone falls continues on to a forestry road which runs the entire length of the hills to the south of the Fingal Valley.  The picture above is part of the Apsley Myrtle Forest walk near the southern end of the road.  There are two more sets of waterfalls along the way.  They are just a short distance from the road.