It isn't very simple arriving there, so I advise you to use a satnav or Google maps on your phone, using the maps coordinates. Once turned up on the location, go down in the evident path near the road (there's a place where to leave the car), until you reach the waterfall. Be careful in wet days because it might be slippery, and it should be better using a couple of wellingtons to cross the stream somewhere.
The waterfall and the small lake below it. Not so far the waterfall there's the famous mushroom rock, a rock shaped from wind and rain, and some giant tombs, always nice to see.
Mostly in winter, during or right after the rain season.
As I wrote before, there are some interesting spots, like the giant tombs: ancient rocks made by man thousands of years ago.
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