Thar Creek

First descent in March 2019. Toine Houtenbos, Alain Rohr, Kaden Anderson, Pete Choate

Red Hut Canyon v4a2III**

There is more information on this canyon available, but I’ve not had time to process it. This page is a ‘place holder’ designed to indicate the canyon has been descended. More info will be posted once I get round to it! Happy Canyoning! Chucky

Dasler Canyon v4a2II*

There is more information on this canyon available, but I’ve not had time to process it. This page is a ‘place holder’ designed to indicate the canyon has been descended. More info will be posted once I get round to it! Happy Canyoning! Chucky

Red Hut Canyon v4a2III**

Highest drop (about) 40m Public access, 4wd or MTB, major river crossing. 8hrs Sustained technical waterfall descent, with 3-4hrs of committment in inescapable canyon. Brief outline of trip available from notes made by first descent party (Alain Rohr, Annette Phillips, Jethro Robinson, Feb 2014) Download infosheet for  Red Hut Canyon v4a2III All photos by: Annette Phillips…

Paradise Creek

UPDATE:  Paradise Creek was descended in March 2019. Details on the first descent will be up loaded as soon as we have them. Noted from the look on the Topo, rock type and surrounding canyons. Likely to be high volume and deep. Public Access, via  high clearance 4WD or Mountain Bike. 10km from 2WD road…

One North Of Mary Stream Waterfall

Descended  March 2014 by Alain Rohr, Holly Officer and Jethro Robinson. Steep alpine Canyon. One large Drop observed (100m), but more incised than the Mary Stream Waterfall. Access looks steep, best bet appears to be the TR. 1.5hr walk up Hopkins valley from end of 2WD access track. 4WD and MTB access to Monument Hut.

Mary Stream Waterfall

Steep alpine canyon. Hopkins Valley, about 1.5hrs walk in from the end of 2WD access. 4WD or bicycle access to Monument Hut. 4 drops observed, rather than a single 141m drop. Easy access on TL Download Research Sheet  Mary Stream Waterfall