Jingga Pool Walking Track in Dharawal National Park

Jingga Pool Walking Track in Dharawal National Park

The Jingga Track is a short but very steep bushwalk in Dharawal National Park that leads to a beautiful natural waterhole and a small waterfall.

The waterhole is suitable for swimming, which makes this trip an even more enjoyable outdoor adventure on a warm summer’s day.

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Discover Maddens Falls in Dharawal National Park

Maddens Falls in Dharawal National Park

Maddens Falls is a stunning cascade waterfall in the rural locality of Darkes Forest in Dharawal National Park, located about 50 km south of Sydney.

A short and easy 1 km bushwalk through upland swamp communities brings visitors to a viewing platform that offers beautiful views of the waterfall.

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Discover Katoomba Cascades in the Blue Mountains

Katoomba Cascades in the Blue Mountains

The Katoomba Cascades form a small but beautiful water spectacle on the Kedumba River in the Katoomba area of the Blue Mountains.

Two short walking trails, starting from the cascades, lead to two different lookouts from where visitors can soak in fantastic views of the Jamison Valley.

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Guide to the Waterfall Way (Highlights and Itineraries)

Waterfall Way (highlights and itineraries)

The Waterfall Way is a 185 km long scenic drive between Coffs Harbour and Armidale, passing through New England and Dorrigo national parks, with numerous impressive waterfalls to discover.

With so many impressive sights to visit, it’s no surprise the Waterfall Way is a popular weekend destination in northern New South Wales.

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Winifred Falls Trail in Royal National Park

Winifred Falls Trail in Royal National Park

The Winifred Falls Trail is a short, family-friendly bushwalking trail in Royal National Park that leads to a small but very pretty waterfall.

At the waterfall, visitors can relax on one of the many rock platforms or venture out a bit further along South West Arm Creek.

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Wattamolla to Eagle Rock and Curracurrong Falls Coastal Walk

Wattamolla to Eagle Rock and Curracurrong Falls

Eagle Rock is a striking rock formation in the Royal National Park that closely resembles an eagle’s beak. Nearby, you’ll find Curracurrong Falls, one of the rare waterfalls in the world that plunges directly into the ocean.

A scenic coastal walk, starting from Wattamolla, leads to these two iconic landmarks, with fantastic views to take in along the way.

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