This short walk leads down through gardens of native wildflowers to where Greaves Creek changed course many years ago, creating a small canyon where water cuts a tunnel through the rock. Just beyond this canyon lies Walls Cave, where Aboriginal activity dates back at least 12,000 years.

Grade: Easy (although some steps)
Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Distance: 1.4 km return
Ascent/Descent: 140 metres descent, 140 metres ascent
Weather: All conditions
Closest public transport: Blackheath railway station, 4.2 km away (although an irregular bus service goes to St Andrews Ave, 700 metres away)

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$1.69 each Walls Cave

Points of interest: Aboriginal heritage, Beauchamp Falls, Blue Mountains Dreaming, Greaves Creek, The Rotunda, Walls Cave

 

 

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