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Water trickles down the smooth rock surface of Mt Tennent. This spot can be reached soon after passing Cypress Pine Lookout (if you are coming down the Mt Tennent walking track towards Namadgi Visitors Centre), and then ducking out a short distance to the north of the track on to the rocky surface area.

Caution - do not tread on water, it's very, very slippery!

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A: Namadgi NP - Mt Tennent - trickling water 1

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