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Noble Falls

A small locality just a few kilometres east of Gidgegannup on the Toodyay Road. This is a popular picnic spot on the Wooroloo Brook. There is a walk trail here along the brook, plenty of parking and picnic facilities, and the Noble Falls Tavern is just across the road. Rock formations are interesting, there is a bridge across the creek, and the Falls itself mostly only runs in winter. Noble Falls in some 41 kilometres east of Perth


Noble Falls - Falls Bar and Cafe

The Falls Bar and Cafe is located on the Toodyay Road, just across the road from Noble Falls Park. February 2011. Photos Ref: NOBF001


Noble Falls - Falls Bar and Cafe

Here is a closer view of the front of the Falls Bar and Cafe. July 2011. Photos Ref: NOBF002


Noble Falls - Shire of Swan Information Board

This Shire of Swan information board details walking tracks around the Falls Park. February 2011. Photos Ref: NOBF003


Noble Falls - Parking area off Toodyay Road

Only a few metres off the Toodyay Road in this parking and picnic spot next to the Wooroloo Brook. Quiet today in high summer, this place is very popular after heavy rains which makes the brook flow and hence the falls. There are lots of picnic facilities. February 2011. Photos Ref: NOBF004


Noble Falls - Falls when Dry

This bridge of rock forms a convenient walkway across the creek. There is no crossing here when the water is running though. February 2011. Photos Ref: NOBF005


Noble Falls - Rock Formations

Look at these fabulous rock formations. Huge granite boulders and slabs that are so typical of the Darling Scarp terrain. February 2011. Photos Ref: NOBF006


Noble Falls - Falls area Dry

Water would cascade down across the two layers of rock you can see after heavy rains. After a long dry summer there is still water in both this lower level and the upper level, but not enough to flow across the rocks. February 2011. Photos Ref: NOBF007


Noble Falls - Bridge across Creek

A bridge across the brook provides access to the other side of the creek. This is next to the parking area. February 2011. Photos Ref: NOBF008


Noble Falls - Falls River View

A view along the brook. Trees reflect in the small amount of water that remains. February 2011. Photos Ref: NOBF009


Noble Falls - Falls with Water Flowing

This photo is taken during the winter. The Wooroloo Brook is flowing across the rocks although the level is still low. The brook is a tributary to the Avon River. It joins the Avon in the Walyunga National Park. July 2011. Photos Ref: NOBF010


Noble Falls - Falls with Water Flowing

Water pours furiously over the Falls as a result of excellent spring rains in the catchment area. October 2013. Photos Ref: NOBF011


Noble Falls - Falls with Water Flowing

The Falls viewed from a little further downstream showing water swirling around the granite formations in the bed of the Wooroloo Brook. October 2013. Photos Ref: NOBF012

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