Bridal Veil Falls is a 4.1 mile loop trail located near Robertson, New South Wales, Australia that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips.

Length4.1 miElevation gain954 ftRoute typeLoop
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Just a short walk to the base of two waterfalls through rough bushland, return and along the escarpment to reach the top of the main falls. Spectacular views. Along the creek is temperate rainforest so a lot of interesting fungi and a few orchids and specialised plant life.

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Jeff Sperring
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Jeff Sperring
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Videos here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqvGXYEU-RCv7oE7JNwKBNg The far loop is a very interesting walk, much of which is not marked anymore, but there are now some more orange ribbons in strategic places. The path bends right and ends at the top of the gorge, then walk back to the bend and turn right to follow the faint trail to a gap in the gorge edge which requires some small stepping, can then walk left up Creek1 for a tiny bit then come back to pool and cross at large rocks and up through gap on other side. Then either left to lovely creek above water fall, and/or right to bush bash and see more views into gorge but not much. I gave up bashing as I ran out of time and very slow going. Bridal Veil Falls is quite a walk to get to but found it by accident after nearly turning around not realising these falls were there. The GPS position might help if you have a map or app so you know how close you are. -34.620554, 150.631619 Thanks to G & M for allowing me to tag along outbound to save so much time and energy, sticking mostly high above the creek on the north side, no track to follow. Basically find your own way down swapping from left to right to centre rock hopping. Took me over three hours walking to get to falls, but only about 1hr by coming out mostly high on bank.

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Jeff Sperring
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Melanie Hibbert
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No noticeable track trees down. Too hard to find

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Lachlan McDermid
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Paul Kurtyka
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No markings on the trail, just a service track to start with and then just bush. The river was too high to cross.

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Natalie Ward
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Echidna54 54
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