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Class: V+

Character: Park and huck


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: V

Character: Steep Creeking


Tasmania



Class: I - V (p)

Character: Typical isolated 'Top End' river, prone to vagaries of the great Wet. Can be huge volume down to a small creek flow


Western Australia



Class: IV - V(p)

Character: Very steep, very technical, and bouldery with some bigger drops


Victoria



Class: V

Character: Steep, overgrown creek with a mix of flat sandstone shelves and boulder gardens.


New South Wales