Aberdeen Fall

Aberdeen Fall

Aberdeen Fall, 98m high, is situated on the Kehelgomu Oya (river), which flows out of the Castlereagh Reservoir near Dickoya. The name is derived from the former Aberdeen Estate, where the waterfall is situated. Sometimes the Aberdeen Fall gets confused with the nearby Laxapana Falls, which are also situated on the former Aberdeen Estate. The Aberdeen Fall is notable for the three cascades that plunge past a rock wall containing caves into a large, deep pool set within big boulders. From Dickoya travel the road towards Norton Bridge and then take the road to Green Hayes. About 5km from Norton Bridge you can hear the sound of falling water. Nearby are upper and lower paths to the fall.

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