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Name:
Adrenalin Creek
Description:

Flows in an approximate north to south direction for 6.5km, from the junction of Birds Rock Trail and Sunnyside Ridge Road to its confluence with Carne Creek. Contained in it's headwaters, is Cathedral Cave. Michael Keats recorded on 25th February 2013, "I have called this area, east of Firetrail No. 6 and the next ridge east, and questionably Firetrail No. 5, the Adrenalin Gorges of Carne Creek. The name is inspired by a complex terrain so stimulating and so beautiful it really gets the adrenalin flowing.

Maps:
  • Cullen Bullen
Grid Reference:
  • 396 142 junction
Location:
Newnes State Forest and Gardens of Stone National Park
Status:
Threatened and Protected
Walks:
  • GOS6.18: Adrenalin Gorges
  • GOS6.20: Eastern side of Adrenalin Creek
Photos:
 - Adrenalin Creek

Airly Turret

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