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Reviewed 17 July 2018

In doing my research so many people said this was the "must do" in the park. It's nice, but I don't think it's a must do. It makes for a long day from Jabiru. We went with Wayoutback Australia as we did not have a 4wd.

The hike is doable. On a five point scale, I'd call the difficulty a 3.5 or 4. There isn't bouldering in the technical sense. Just scampering over big rocks. I used a trekking pole which was very helpful in keeping my balance. The water is pretty cold (the reason croc's don't stay here!)

Thank brandasa
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Reviewed 15 July 2018

Jim Jim Falls was our first swimming stop on our recent Intrepid camping tour. The falls are spectacular, even in the Dry. The pools below are clear and gloriously refreshing. Take a swimming mask or goggles, there are plenty of freshwater fish to see. When you’ve finished swimming there are a couple of small beaches to have a relax in the sun. Be warned, it’s not an easy walk to get there, it’s very rocky terrain, so wear sturdy shoes (NOT flip flops!).

Thank noosadreaming
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Reviewed 13 July 2018

Fairly tricky rock climb to the falls but well worth it. Beautiful area and swimming hole. Make sure you don't go too late (like we did) so that you have time to swim and relax by the falls.

Thank chaos21
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Reviewed 12 July 2018

Wear joggers and don’t rush your footing! Somewhat challenging walk but sooo worth it. There was not a lot of water falling but the pure, refreshing green water was great and I could have stayed on the sandy beach in the warm sun forever. Monstering, craggy rock walls rose all around, creating a feeling of an oasis.Unforgettable!

Thank susanbelow
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Reviewed 12 July 2018 via mobile

Bit of rock hopping required to get to the lower pool. Then a real scramble over large rocks to get to the deep dark pool at the bottom of the falls. Beautiful swimming spot. Highly recommended.

Thank alan_muzzy
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