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Class: IV+

Character: A beautiful and remote alpine creek, with almost continuous boulder gardens and the odd bedrock rapid. From the very start this river is an almost continuous boulder garden with the odd grade IV rapid requiring bank scouting. At the halfway mark the river eases up a bit and the first short pool is encountered, after a couple of short gorges the river turns south and becomes an easy grade 2+ run home.


Victoria



Class: III - IV(p)

Character: Flatwater, logs, waterfalls and great rapids


Victoria



Class: III - IV

Character: Three open technical rapids and 800m of tree dodging


Queensland



Class: IV (V)p

Character: Continuous and technical rapids through stunning country.


Tasmania



Class: IV+(p)

Character: Steep Granite Creeking


Queensland



Class: IV- V (P)

Character: Open valley, with long pools interspersed with steep drops.


New South Wales



Class: III / IV (some IV)

Character: Pool drop creek with some moderate length rapids


New South Wales



Class: IV- V (P)

Character: This is the steepest, narrowest and most dangerous section mentioned on the Blicks.


New South Wales



Class: Read and Run III / IV, large drops up to 10m with some grade IV

Character: Steep Creek with many significant drops to 10m


New South Wales



Class: III IV (IV+)

Character: Excellent, technical paddling.


New South Wales