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We went in at about 1015pm at night, it was freezing cold & windy but guess it’s the best timing as it was pitch black once we stepped into the path.
we did use our handphone torches to light the way but after about 80m...More
just a quick walk up in the dark to see the glow worms, please don't walk up with your torch (flashlight) it spoils it for others. Your eyes will adjust if there isn't extraneous light, there are glow worms all the way up to the...More
So this is a short walk up a paved type road into a fenced in area. In that area is the trees that have the Glow Worms. They glow to attract prey. It is next to impossible to get a picture without a long exposure...More
Would have to be rated very highly when you consider lack of any cost and the strong experience. William (Bill), John & Joy send their regards with thanks.
Worth staying up for after dark. Not too much trouble getting there. Then back to a nice...More
This is a not to be missed experience. Plenty of parking at the entrance and a short walk up a track surrounded by what looks like millions of stars but they are in fact the lights from the little glow worms. If you take a...More
The glow worms in the dell were great and it was especially good because the walk up to the area is extremely short. Although the glow worms are only in trees it's still worth a visit after dark. My little girl enjoyed because it was...More
The glow worm dell was only a 400 metre walk from my motel and is well worth a visit. Of course, best seen at night so take a small torch to travel the 50 metres up the path from the road.
Once the five other...More