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    Govetts Leap

    contributed by iandsmith, taken on 20 February 2012
    (contact iandsmith about this picture | see more pictures from iandsmith - open in new window)

    Govetts Leap is actually the falls on the left of this picture though today they're known more commonly as Bridal Veil Falls and the lookout, situated between these two falls, is known as Govetts Leap. The fall on the right is Horseshoe

    This picture is also part of the Bonzle Waterfalls (open in new window) photo collection.