One reason I wanted to come here on a weekday was to have Lesmurdie Falls to myself. There wasn't a soul around. After carefully climbing over the slippery rocks I made it as close as I could get without getting wet and had some fun playing with the camera settings. Even from this distance, mist from the falls hitting the camera lens was still a problem.
After playing with the camera and having a break, I call it a day and head back to the Lower Lesmurdie Falls Car Park. I intended to head back to Lewis Road and catch the 288 bus back to the city, however, Google Maps suggested otherwise and instead I went to Welshpool Road East to catch the 282 bus home. The route home is longer on foot, but I like walking, so I didn't mind.
All in all, I am very glad I took the day off work to explore the Palm Terrace Walk and see Lesmurdie Falls in full flow. I highly recommend this walk, especially after good rains and in wildflower season. I walked a total of 10km in 5 hours, which is very slow. You should be able to walk this trail much faster, but I recommend taking your time and enjoying the panoramic views, wildflowers and plummeting water.