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Crystal Shower Falls is a scenic rainforest waterfall, located in Dorrigo National Park, an hour away from Coffs Harbour and 580 kilometres north of Sydney.
The fun and exciting Wonga Walk, starting from the Dorrigo Rainforest Centre, passes this very pretty waterfall.
Minyon Falls is a stunning plunge waterfall that drops more than 100 metres into a deep gorge, located in Nightcap National Park not too far away from Byron Bay.
A beautiful 7.5 km loop walk through subtropical rainforest brings visitors to a natural swimming hole at the base of the waterfall, although you don’t have to do the full loop to reach the base.
Paradise Pool in Linden is a beautiful natural waterhole on Bulls Creek, which can be accessed via a short but moderately challenging walking trail.
A very pretty waterfall drops into this pool, which has experienced a strong increase in popularity as a swimming hole in recent years.
There is nothing quite like swimming in a natural waterhole in the Blue Mountains, ideally with a pretty waterfall dropping into the pool.
But going for a dip certainly is not the only reason to visit these wild swimming holes. The beautiful scenery and the exciting bush walking trails to get to these spots are just as enjoyable.
Federal Falls is a stunning waterfall in Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area near the city of Orange in the Central Tablelands region.
A moderately challenging circuit walking track, starting from the Federal Falls Campground, leads to the base of this waterfall, with scenic bushland to explore along the way.
The Valley of the Waters walking track is a moderately challenging hike in the Wentworth Falls area of the Blue Mountains that follows a creek into the valley.
This rather steep track is an absolute treat, taking in several beautiful waterfalls and cascades, including Empress Falls, Sylvia Falls and Lodore Falls.
Often overlooked by tourists, Katoomba Falls is a beautiful, segmented waterfall between Echo Point and Scenic World in the Blue Mountains.
A short but picturesque circuit walking trail, starting at Scenic World, guides visitors through rainforest scenery to the waterfall, with panoramic views of Jamison Valley.
Horseshoe Falls in Hazelbrook is a small but scenic waterfall on Hazelbrook Creek, located within Horseshoe Falls Reserve in the Blue Mountains.
An exciting dog-friendly bushwalking track leads to this waterfall and three other waterfalls, including Oaklands Falls and Burgess Falls.
Read on to find out more about this track, how to get there, where to park, and how to find all these beautiful natural sights.
Carrington Falls is a beautiful plunge waterfall on the Kangaroo River in Budderoo National Park, located around 150 km south of Sydney.
A short and easy walking track with viewing platforms offers visitors panoramic views of the waterfall and the surrounding valley.
Minnehaha Falls is a relatively small but very pretty waterfall on Yosemite Creek in the Katoomba area of the Blue Mountains.
A short walking track through a scenic landscape leads to the base of this waterfall, with panoramic views to enjoy from start to finish.