Jinki Gully lies between Jinki Ridge & Wilkinson Hill, running about 600 metres south-east to the Grose Valley.
It has steep sides with significant cliffs on both sides.
At the top of the gully, the creek is overgrown with large ferns & black wattle. As the gully deepens the vegetation changes with tall trees & tree ferns dominating. Rocks & trees are covered with moss. There are large overhangs & beautiful cascades.
There is an old coal adit on the western side of Jinki Gully just as it meets the Grose Valley. Water is pouring out of the adit & cascading into the valley.
The old track built to service the adit can still clearly be followed for some distance along Jinki Gully.
Central Blue Mountains (Dunphy)
Mt Wilson 8930-1N
800 - 900 metres
Blue Mountains National Park (NSW)