Tuesday, October 18, 2011

{eighteen} Sawn rocks

Further to our climbing and camping trip at Mt Kaputar National Park, we also stopped in at Sawn Rocks on the way home.

It was an easy walk of 1.5km return from the carpark so perfect for the children.

Sawn rocks is one of the best examples of the geological formation known as 'organ piping' in Australia.

I suspect the children were more interested in the creek flowing beneath the main feature and I was waiting for one of them to 'accidentally' fall in.

Can you see the matching shapes on the ground that show where the rock formations sat once upon a time?

It was an amazing stop.


  1. They look amazing Becky - glad no one went 'swimming'!
    I want to walk more with the girls - so the guy who lives here just got me this for in my Christmas stocking.
    I'mm looking forward to using it.

  2. WOW that looks like it would have been incredible to see in person.


Thank you for your welcome comments.