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A walk to a lookout over Mihi Falls on the opposite side of a gorge in Oxley Wild Rivers National Park.

Waterfalls
Lookouts
Bird Watching
Toilets

Getting there

This walk begins at the Dangars Falls picnic area at Oxley Wild Rivers National Park (not to be confused with Dangar Falls near Dorrigo.)  The turnoff is on the Waterfall Way near Armidale.  Follow the signs from the Waterfall Way

Maps

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Route/Trail notes

This walk follows the Salisbury Waters track before branching off to the right to go to the lookout. The lookout is in need of maintenance but is accessible for a view of the falls. Maps at the picnic area indicate that this is a loop track. However signage along the way indicates that this is no longer the case. It's one way in and one way out.  The first part of the walk along the Salisbury Waters track is through woodland, but the branched off section is much more open, and at times overgrown with grasses. However, the National Park rangers were actually working on this track as we walked it. (Dec 2021)

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Other References

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Comments

We didn't realise that this walk wasn't a circuit anymore when we started this walk on our way back from Salisbury Waters. We also didn't realise that we couldn't get to the lookout. A little frustrating as we were really tired and the maps looked like this would be a similar length alternate route back. It wasn't too hard to pick the old path though. It's still pretty clear and runs parallel with the park boundary fence so that's the route we took.

Ian and Sue on 30 Dec, 2015

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