Explore the most popular Waterfall trails in Australia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

11 hours ago

Beautiful waterfall and at night you can see glow worms. You can extend the walk to the horseshoe and Lady barron falls.

hiking
14 hours ago

beautiful!

always a beautiful easy walk, rainbow fall is amazing

Great trail after some rain

Recommend for confident people with good fitness level, most is moderate but some parts that are very uneven, steep and rocky which caught me off guard. Beautiful scenery and very peaceful walk overall!

really nice walk but a bit boring to do the same route back. prefer loops/circuits

amazing views and a beautiful waterfall. easy for anyone to do

hiking
off trail
over grown
private property
scramble
19 hours ago

Rated as easy - NOT . The trail is lightly trafficked and overgrown. some pink tape however suggest you download map and follow Alltrails. Fairly easy gradient to first Falls however technical and hard going further up. Not recommended in wet! Nice Falls and spots to jump in. Great views N to Pyramid and valley. SUGGEST TRAIL SHOULD BE RATED MEDIUM/HARD

Incredible waterfall!

challenging hike, trail is not well marked so alltrails helped us alot ! feels longer than it is.

This trail is awesome, esp after the rains we finally had. The waterfalls (I believe there are 6 but you cross them several times at different levels) and the creeks were flowing really well. Made the crossings a little tricky but only one wet foot, so not complaining. The views are spectacular and it’s nicely covered too. Some fallen trees added an extra dimension in negotiating the trail, but again, all do-able. We took out time admiring the views and taking photos (we saw a lot of wildlife) and managed to finish it in 5 hours. The café near the main outlook provided well deserved (we thought anyway) and much needed refreshments. Can recommend this walk, and we’ll be back!

hiking
1 day ago

Lovely little walk

hiking
off trail
rocky
1 day ago

Steep trek down to base of waterfall. Lots of rock stairs but a fair amount of loose dirt to navigate down. Very shady with all the lush ferns surrounding the track and you could very easily have a dip in the shallow pool under waterfall. Picnic area up top with BBQ and a camping area with toilet just down the road. No dogs allowed as it’s National Park.

Great and easy track to the waterfall. I came here feb 2019 and a tree had fallen and blocked the path from one side to other. Nonetheless great track

Spectacular falls. Nice little stretch of the legs. Continue up to Horseshoe, well worth it

Beautiful 2 hours back and return family friendly walk (our kids are 10 and 13). Don’t forget to bring your swimsuit and sturdy shoes.

hiking
3 days ago

Very easy to walk and very short - gorgeous nonetheless.

hiking
rocky
scramble
3 days ago

Excellent hike. Trail is not well marked, although this added to the experience. Would not recommend undertaking the hike without an app to help you stay on the trail. The climb takes longer than you would expect and I would certainly make sure you have enough time to stop at the waterfalls on the way down. Beautiful views and foliage, the climb was more of a scramble at times. Relatively steep on the way up and on the way down.

very nice

ohv/off road driving
flooded
4 days ago

Did the hike on the 15th of feb, starting in Cronulla ( We parked in Tonkin Oval car park which was free and had no time limit from what we could see) then we got the ferry down to Bundeena, the ferry was $3.50 for concession and is cash only. The north end of the Hike was really easy and we made great time down to Wattamolla, stopped there for lunch and then kept going on down. South of Wattamolla is where the hike starts to become more interesting. If you are hiking there was quite a-lot of options for water if you have purifying tabs or are willing to boil before drinking. The track is very easy as 90% of it is on an elevated walking path, the only difficult parts are south of north era camp ground. To get back to Cronulla we just caught a couple of trains, you can also Uber ( around $70 ) ALSO note that you have to book the camp ground and you will have to do this a couple days in advance.

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