Coolamine and Blue Waterholes. This area is in the northern end of the Kosciuszko National Park. The old homestead was well used until the middle 20th century. The Blue Waterholes rock features are limestone. The river upstream is under ground and comes out just near the main cave bluff. It is about 2.5km from there down the river through Clarke Gorge to a waterfall and was great for trout fishing years ago.
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