Summary: Mumbulla Falls is a beautiful gorge and waterhole on the south coast, which has Aboriginal significance.

Mumbulla Falls (or Mumbulla Creek Falls) is located in the Biamanga Cultural Area, which is part of the Biamanga National Park on the NSW south coast. A very short paved track and boardwalk leads to a look-out with great views over the falls and the gorge. There’s a number of interpretive signs about the local Aboriginal heritage along the track.

Mumbulla Falls

The Aboriginal custodians request that visitors don’t swim in the Mumbulla Falls area, as the site is sacred to the Yuin People; when we visited there were many people in the water and jumping off the falls.

At the start of the trail, there’s a picnic area and BBQs by the Mumbulla River.

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Getting to Mumbulla Falls

From Bega, take Tarraganda Lane which becomes George Mountain Drive (11km) and then turn onto Mumbulla Creek Road (13km). Access via Glen Oakes Road on the Princes Hwy at Brogo (a shorter route) is now closed!

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