Cedar Creek Falls is one of the sources for the Proserpine River, and as such, the local people did not allow bathing there, to avoid contaminating the waters further downstream. The pool where the waters fall forms an almost perfect swimming hole, although many people flaunt the aboriginal legends that warn of spirits. The water falls from 15 or so metres, filtering out the bacteria that have gathered in it.
I acknowledge that this photo was taken on the traditional lands of the Giya people, and pay my respect to Elders both past, present and future, and their tradition of respect and sustainability for these lands.
There are no reviews yet.