Tucked away in a scenic agricultural setting, Dangar Falls is a 30m high cascade waterfall on the Bielsdown River in Dorrigo.
A short but steep walking track takes you to the base where you can go for a swim in the beautiful swimming hole right underneath the waterfall.
Located right at the border between Queensland and New South Wales, Point Danger is home to the Captain Cook Memorial, the Point Danger Lighthouse and also a short coastal walking track that commemorates ships and lives lost during WWII.
Spend a half day in Point Danger and learn more about Australia’s history while enjoying some of the best ocean views on the east coast.
Located just moments away from Byron Bay in Nightcap National Park, Minyon Falls is a stunning plunge waterfall that drops more than 100 metres into a deep gorge.
A beautiful 7.5 km walking track through subtropical rainforest brings you to a magical swimming hole right under the waterfall.
Known as one of the best whale watching spots in Sydney, Cape Solander in Kurnell’s Kamay Botany Bay National Park offers panoramic ocean views from high sandstone cliff walls.
Cape Solander is also a great starting point for several coastal and bush walking tracks in the area.
Ebor Falls is a spectacular cascade waterfall that consists of two major drops on the Guy Fawkes River in Northern New South Wales.
It is one of the most famous sights on the Waterfall Way, a scenic drive passing through New England and Dorrigo national parks.
The Belmore Falls in Morton National Park is a stunning plunge waterfall with two drops on the Barrengarry Creek.
A short walking track guides you along several lookout points, including the Hindmarsh Lookout from where you can enjoy panoramic views over Kangaroo Valley.
Often overlooked by tourists, Katoomba Falls is a beautiful segmented waterfall located between Echo Point and Scenic World in the Blue Mountains.
A short but picturesque circuit walk starting at Scenic World guides you through lush rainforest all the way to the waterfall with panoramic views across Jamison Valley.
The Waterfall Way is a 185km scenic drive between Coffs harbour and Armidale, passing through New England and Dorrigo national parks, with numerous impressive waterfalls as the key attraction.
With so many impressive sights to visit, the Waterfall Way is a popular weekend destination in northern New South Wales.
If you want to see everything and also do some of the walking tracks, you will need two full days. Further below you will find a customised itinerary in case you only have one day to spare in this beautiful part of the world.
Wollomombi Falls is an enormous plunge waterfall located 40km east of Armidale in the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park in the New England region of New South Wales. Its neighbour Chandler Falls may be a bit smaller but is still very impressive.
With a height of well over 200 metres, the Wollomombi Falls were once considered the highest waterfall in Australia. Several lookout points give visitors spectacular views of the two waterfalls and the massive gorge they drop into.
One of the most popular tourist and weekend-getaway destinations in New South Wales is the famous Blue Mountains, a World Heritage listed area an hour away from Sydney.
Suitable to visit during all four seasons, the Greater Blue Mountains region consists of seven National Park areas and a conservation reserve. The Blue Mountains is home to a large number of impressive lookouts, some very popular, others not so well-known.