Last Modified: 21-11-2020 22:40
For much of its length, the Tummil flows through the Ferny Gair Conservation Area, with significant amounts of mānuka and beech forest.The area is extremely rugged with the river tracing a narrow path through steep, rocky country, with a number of small waterfalls, and with large boulders in stream bed. The lower reaches of the river are more open, and pass through farm land.
A tramping route follows the river to Lake Alexander, frequently crossing the river. Access is via private property and requires payment of a fee.
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Tummil River. (2020) Retrieved October, 28, 2021, from https://www.marlboroughonline.co.nz/marlborough/information/geography/rivers/tummil-river/