The falls run only during the rainy season, generally from November to March. However, a chain of permanent billabongs remain and provides excellent fishing and swimming. At the base of the falls a waterhole edged by a white sandbar is easily accessible and walks along the Tower Hill creek can be enjoyed.
Picnic Races at Kooroorinya have been an annual event for over 90 years.
The races are held early in May each year and the races run over three days and are a great family weekend with good food, licensed bar, kid’s activities, live bands and more.
The Reserve abound with wildlife, both bird and animal and those good with a camera can get some wonderful pictures.
Fish for yellow belly, black bream or red claw, go walking to see the rock formations carved out by the water or just relax.
Kooroorinya camping site offers modern toilet facilities, hot showers and wood fired barbeque sites. Drinking water is available, well behaved dogs are welcome and visitors can self register at the amenities block.
Camping fees apply, and discounts for groups or extended stays can be negotiated.
Remember – check road conditions before travelling during wet weather & always carry plenty of water!
Kooroorinya is a spectacular waterfall during the wetter months of the year and
retains a secluded billabong during the drier months.