Where to: hiking at Minyon Falls, NSW

View from the top.

Monday was the Labour Day public holiday in Queensland. 

We took the opportunity to enjoy nature and went for a hike with friends at Minyon Falls in Nightcap National Park, northern New South Wales. 

I love northern New South Wales. It's full of beautiful, small regional townships and the natural environment is very lush and tropical. 

The drive there took approximately an hour and a half and involved some very winding roads as we got nearer our destination. Note: if you get travel sickness be prepared.

The best view was from the lookout at the start of the hike, where you could see down to the base of the waterfall where we hiked to. 

We did the 9.5km route, which was a pretty and not too taxing. If the weather had been warmer, we would have packed our togs for a swim! 

On the way home we stopped at Brunswick Heads for lunch at a lovely little cafe called Table View, for rye bread sandwiches and kombucha.

I highly recommend the visit to Minyon Falls. It was the perfect way to end a long weekend! 

Photos by Ranger Creative.