Den Fenella Falls – a small cascade through a rainforest glen
Den Fenella Falls in Wentworth Falls, Den Fenella Falls consists of a series of cascades down a narrow, rainforested gully. Best visited after decent rain.
Den Fenella Falls in Wentworth Falls, Den Fenella Falls consists of a series of cascades down a narrow, rainforested gully. Best visited after decent rain.
The Centennial Glen Track at Blackheath goes behind the picturesque Centennial Falls, while a side-track takes you down to the base of the waterfall
Slippery Dip Falls cascades down a slot between two cliffs, next to the Colliers Causeway bushwalking track in Blackheath.
The Grotto is an incredibly picturesque waterfall and swimming hole, inside an easily-accessible slot canyon near Centennial Glen in Blackheath.
Grey Hat Falls cascades into the stunning and pristine Crayfish Pool along Kanuka Brook. The swimming hole and waterfall is reached by a short but steep walking track.
A small but picturesque cascade in Blackheath, Taylor Fall is above Horseshoe Falls along Popes Glen Creek. You can cool off in the shallow pool at the base of the falls.
Boasting the second-highest drop of all the Blue Mountains waterfalls, Horseshoe Falls plunges off the cliffs at Blackheath into the valley below. It can be seen from a few lookouts along the top of the cliff.
One of the most well-known and popular attractions in the Blue Mountains, the stunning Govetts Leap (also known as the Bridal Veil Falls) drops 180m in the valley. It can be viewed from a few cliff-top lookouts.
The Gudda Gumoo Rockpools are a spectacular set of pools and cascades in the Blackdown Tableland National Park, above the Rainbow Falls.
A small cascade along Water Canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park, Mossy Cave Waterfall is in a spectacular desert setting.
A beautiful and popular waterfall and swimming hole in Leura, the Pool of Siloam is reached via a short bushwalking track that descends through lush rainforest.
An impressive waterfall after rain, Gordon Falls plunges 50m over the cliffs at Leura. The waterfall is best seen from the bottom, which is reached by a somewhat challenging bushwalk.
Leura Falls is a spectacular, 30-metre high waterfall along Leura Falls Creek. It’s accessed via a bushwalk using the Federal Pass and Lindeman Pass tracks.
Discovered in 1893 (by Europeans), Linda Falls along the Federal Pass track has a single drop of about ten metres.
Marguerite Cascades near Leura consists of three small waterfalls along Linda Creek, accessed via the Federal Pass walking track.
Not the most spectacular waterfall in the Blue Mountains, Lilla Falls ie one of three waterfalls along Linda Creek near Leura.
A short distance downstream from Wheeny Gap Falls is Wheeny Gap Pool, a larger and even more spectacular swimming hole. It’s reached via a short but very steep walking trail from the end of the North Wheeny Gap Firetrail.
Wheeny Gap Falls (also called Lagoon Creek Falls) is picturesque waterfall that cascades into a deep natural pool. A short but very steep walking trail from the end of the North Wheeny Gap Firetrail takes you to this stunning waterhole.
Fairly remote and requiring a demanding bushwalk to reach, the Tootie Cascades is a beautiful small waterfall and large swimming hole on Tootie Creek.
Rainbow Falls (Gudda Gumoo) is a spectacular and deep waterhole in Blackdown Tableland National Park, which is below a 40m tall waterfall. The waterhole and falls is reached by a 4.8km return walk.
A beautiful waterfall and secluded waterhole, Curracurrang Falls is hidden away a short distance from the Royal National Coast Track near Wattamolla.
Supplying all of the water to the Grand Canyon North Rim and and South Rim, Roaring Springs cascades down a sheer cliff to form Bright Angel Creek.
The picturesque Ribbon Falls in the Grand Canyon is reached via a short side-trip from the North Kaibab Trail.
The Pearl Beach Waterfall is a picturesque and fairly secluded waterfall along Greeen Point Creek, near Pearl Beach.
A very popular and picturesque waterfall, Somersby Falls is accessed by a short walking track that descends to the Middle Falls and Bottom Falls.
Tank Creek Waterfall cascades over a high cliff, before flowing into Tank Cove and the Hawkesbury River
A beautiful and secluded natural swimming holes and waterfall, located in Brisbane Water National Park along the Rocky Ponds Trail.
A picturesque cascade in Hunts Creek Reserve, Balaka Falls can be visited by a few short access tracks, or form part of a longer (3.5km) dog-friendly bushwalk through the reserve,
The Trough Waterfall (or Secret Woy Woy Waterfall Pool) is now a popular Central Coast Instagram spot. The waterfall and infinity pool are well worth a visit, but try and avoid peak times.
Greenes Falls is located in the D’Aguilar National Park (about 45min from Brisbane), and accessed via a short bushwalk. It’s a nice but not very spectacular waterfall.
The Thredbo River Cascades is the largest of hundreds of cascades along the river. The small waterfall has a viewing platform and wooden bench.
A cascade in Lamington National Park, West Canungra Falls is accessed by the Box Forest Circuit (and also the longer West Canungra Creek Circuit).
A spectacular waterfall in Lamington National Park, Box Log Falls is accessed by the Box Forest Circuit (and also the longer West Canungra Creek Circuit).
Wajinya Falls is located on the Box Forest Circuit (and also on the West Canungra Creek Circuit) in Lamington National Park.
Located on the Box Forest Circuit (and also on the West Canungra Creek Circuit) in Lamington National Park, Nugurun Falls (or Nugurin Falls) is a wide and picturesque cascade.
Located on the Box Forest Circuit (and also on the West Canungra Creek Circuit) in Lamington National Park, Bunyip Falls plunges into a deep pool.
Wongaree Falls is one of two adjacent waterfalls along the West Canungra Creek Circuit bushwalk. The creek plunges through a chute into small pool.
Goondaree Falls is one of two adjacent waterfalls along the West Canungra Creek Circuit bushwalk. The wide and picturesque waterfall drops into a wide pool.
Kalgamahla Falls is an impressive waterfall along the West Canungra Creek Circuit bushwalk, with the creek cascading over a wide rock shelf.
Karrilya Falls is a small cascade along the West Canungra Creek, on the West Canungra Creek Circuit bushwalk.
Karrinbano Falls is a very small cascade along the West Canungra Creek, on the West Canungra Creek Circuit bushwalk.
Bundoomba Falls is a picturesque waterfall along the West Canungra Creek Circuit. It’s often (incorrectly) referrred to as the Darraboola Falls, which is nearby.
The first named waterfall along the West Canungra Creek Circuit, Darraboola Falls is picturesque – but not particularly impressive. It’s often confused with the more spectacular Bundoomba Falls.
Reached by an 8km (return) bushwalk, the picturesque Big Mowbray Falls is quite secluded. Above the waterfall is a shallow swimming hole and some small cascades.
A pair of waterfalls along Frenchs Creek in Garigal National Park, Frenchs Creek Falls is very picturesque – especially after heavy rain. It’s reached by a short and partly rough walking track.
Curra Brook Waterfall in the Royal National Park plunges into the ocean, just below where the Coast Track crosses Curra Brook. Best views of the falls are from the Coast Track about 700m to the north.
National Falls is one of the most spectacular watefalls around Sydney. The waterfall has two separate levels, both with wide overhangs behind the plunging water.
One of the more remote waterfalls in the Royal National Park, Anice Falls is quite picturesque – but can only be easily viewed from above.
Winifred Falls is a relatively easy to reach and picturesque waterfall and swimming hole in the Royal National Park.
Joe Crafts Waterfall on Joe Crafts Creek in Berowra is a picturesque and secluded waterfall. It’s reached via a firetrail and bushwalking track.
A hidden pool and waterfall below Manly Dam, Mermaid Pool was named after the girls who would go skinny dipping here in the evenings during the Great Depression.
At the head of Collins Flat Beach is Collins Beach Waterfall. The waterfall is best visited after decent rain.
An unofficial (or unnamed) waterfall along the Yuelerbah Walking Track, the Flaggy Creek Cascades is formed by the creek flowing over a number of rock tiers.
Little Flaggy Creek Falls is a small waterfall along the Yuelerbah Walking Track in the Glenrock State Conservation Area. You can climb down to the base of the falls and clamber behind the cascade.
A hidden waterfall reached by an unmarked track from the Crystal Cascades carpark, Fairy Falls is a picturesque cascade and a secluded swimming hole.
A nice cascade (especially after rain) which is right next to the Central Coast Highway, in West Gosford.
About an hour from Cairns, the Emerald Creek Falls offers both an impressive lookout over the Upper Falls, and some spectacular swimming holes at the Lower Falls.
A series of picturesque cascades and beautiful swimming holes, the popular Josephine Falls is reached by a paved walking track (1.4km return)
Wallicher Falls is a wide waterfall along Henrietta Creek in the Wooroonooran National Park, reached via a short bushwalking track.
Reached via a short bushwalking track, Tchupala Falls is a segmented waterfall along Henrietta Creek in the Wooroonooran National Park.
A powerful and impressive waterfall in Wooroonooran National Park, Nandroya Falls plunges 50m into a rainforest-fringed swimming hole.
A small waterfall along the Nandroya Falls walking track, the photogenic Silver Creek Falls drops about 10m into a shallow pool.
Reached by a short but steep paved trail, Ellinjaa Falls is a picturesque waterfall that drops 15m into a shallow pool.
One of three waterfalls along Theresa Creek Road, Zillie Falls plunges 30m into a narrow valley. A viewing platform is at the top of the falls.
One of the most spectacular and most-visited waterfalls around Cairns, Millaa Millaa Falls is surrounded by rainforest and has a beautiful swimming hole at the the base.
Malanda Falls (Tutamonlin) is a wide waterfall with a popular man-made swimming pool beneath the falls. Located just over an hour south of Cairns, it’s very easy to get to.
Davies Creek Falls is a picturesque waterfall in the Dinden National Park, about an hour from Cairns, Above the falls is a spectacular infinity pool or waterhole, perched above a sheer cliff.
Clover Falls is a spectacular waterfall and beautiful swimming hole along the Macquarie Rivulet. It’s reached by the relatively challenging Clover Hill Trail.
Marble Falls is an unofficial waterfall, where the Macquarie Rivulet flows under and around enormous boulders, before cascading down a small drop.
Mulangong Falls is formed by the Macquarie Rivulet cascading over multiple tiers into a small pool and swimming hole.
Rainbow Falls is a narrow waterfall, where the Macquarie Rivulet plunges into a narrow canyon.
The Upper Coachwood Falls along the Rosewood Creek Track is an unofficial waterfall, where the creek plunges off a wide ledge before being forced through a deep channel.
The small but impressive Coachwood Falls is along the Rosewood Creek Track in Dorrigo National Park. There’s a shallow pool at the top, and a deeper swimming hole at the base of the falls.
The highest waterfall in Dorrigo National Park (58m), Red Cedar Falls is reached by a fairly challenging 6.2km return bushwalk.
A picturesque waterfall in a rainforest setting along the Mobong Walking Track, the Mobong Creek Cascade is also a nice and secluded swimming hole.
Mimosa Oval Waterfall is hidden away in Sheldon Forest. While close to suburbia, the secret waterfall feels very secluded and remote.
A very picturesque waterfall after heavy rain, Allenby Falls (or the Allenby Park Waterfal) cascades over multiple tiers. It can be reached via a few short bushwalking trails in Allenby Park, in Sydney’s northern beaches.
The Routeburn Left Branch drops over 700m from Lake Harris to the valley below. Routeburn Falls is near the bottom, where the plunges over multiple cliffs.
An impressive and tall waterfall in New Zealand’s Fjiordland, Earland Falls is located along the Routeburn Track. It can also be reached via a daywalk from The Divide.
Said to tbe the highest waterfall in the Sydney metropolitan area, the Oxford Falls Waterfall plunges down a steep and rock churt into a narrow valley.
Refuge Bay Waterfall is an impressive waterfall at West Head, which plunges onto the back of the beach. It’s possible to walk behind the waterfall, or climb up to a swimming hole above the falls.
A spectacular waterfall in the NSW Southern Highlands, the popular Carrington Falls can be seen from a few vantage points along the short Carrington Falls Walking Track.
A spectacular waterfall in the NSW Southern Highlands, Belmore Falls can be seen from a few vantage points on the opposite side of the valley. Access to the bottom of the first tier is possible, but the walking track is officially closed.
Tianjara Falls along Braidwood Road (between Canberra and the coast) is spectactular after heavy rain, and can stop flowing in dry periods.
Granite Falls on the NSW south coast generally doesn’t have a high volume of water, but the river plunges off a 63m-high sheer granite cliff. A cantilevered platform provides a great view of the falls and valley below.
Only just visible through the dense rainforest, the Lyrebird Falls are in Budderoo National Park. The waterfall is reached by an easy 3.8km bushwalk.
An impressive waterfall on the south coast near Kiama, Minnamurra Falls is surrounded by rainforest. It’s reached by an easy 3.8km bushwalk.
Regarded as one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Sydney’s south, Maddens Falls in Dhawaral National Park is reached via a short 10-15min bushwalk.
Best visited after rain, the Tree Fern Gully Falls is in the Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden. The Mueller Track passes the top of the waterfall, and an informal pad leads to the base.
A spectacular 25m waterfall in Lamington National Park, Elabana Falls is accessed by the Box Forest Circuit (and also the longer West Canungra Creek Circuit and Toolona Creek Circuit).
A small waterfall along the Toolona Creek Circuit in Lamington National Park, Dwandarra Falls cascades into a small pool surrounded by rainforest.
The picturesque Gwongurai Falls along the Toolona Creek Circuit in Lamington National Park drops about 15m into a rainforest gorge.
Chalahn Falls is one of the more spectacular waterfalls along the Toolona Creek Circuit in Lamington National Park, and a popular destination for photographers.
Yilgahn Falls is a small cascade along the Toolona Creek Circuit in Lamington National Park, near the walking track.
The Toolona Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls along the Toolona Creek Circuit in Lamington National Park. Downstream are the smaller Toolona Cascades.
Impressive after rain, the Phantom Falls along the Mueller Track in the Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden tumbles about 25m over a series of ledges.
Wongboola Falls is a small but picturesque cascade along the Toolona Creek Circuit in Lamington National Park.
Poojabinya Falls is a small but picturesque cascade along the Toolona Creek Circuit in Lamington National Park.
Echo Falls is a small but powerful cascade along the Albert River Circuit in Lamington National Park.
Joolbahla Falls is one of the most impressive waterfalls along the Albert River Circuit in Lamington National Park.
Gwahlahla Falls is a small waterfall along the Albert River Circuit in Lamington National Park.
Alcheringa Falls is a small waterfall along the Albert River Circuit in Lamington National Park.
Darling Mills Cascades in the Bidjigal Reserve lays the claim to fame of being the only waterfall in the Hills Shire. The Darling Mills Creek tumbles over some rock ledges.
A small but picturesque waterfall, the Moolgoolong Cascades drops into a wide nto a wide and tranquil pool near the Coomera Circuit trail.
One of the last waterfalls along the Coomera Circuit trail, the Neerigomindalala Falls is very photogenic.
The Coomera Circuit trail passes next to the Gwongarragong Falls, a small but picturesque waterfall.
Accessed via a short side-track off the Coomera Circuit trail, Kagoonya Falls is a picturesque waterfall which cascades into a deep swimming hole.
Bahnamboola Falls is a small, picturesque plunge waterfall along the Coomera River. At the base of the falls is a deep pool.
Nahnangboola Falls is along the Coomera River, and is next to the Coomera Circuit track. At the base of the falls is a small pool.
Gwongorenda Falls is a small cascade along the Coomera River, where the water drops between a crevice in the rocks.
Ungurungbano Falls is a small cascade formed by an unnamed creek. It can be seen from the track when doing the Coomera Circuit hike.
A guide to all the accessible waterfalls in Lamington National Park – and the best waterfalls you can visit via the many bushwalking tracks.
Coomera Falls is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the Lamington National Park. A lookout platform accessed via a 10km return / 17.5km loop walk provides a view from the top.
Babbage Falls is a small waterfall along Moores Creek on the Little Digger Track. For the best view, follow the secret track that takes you to a long overhang below the falls.
Little Falls is a small cascade along Moores Creek on the Little Digger Track, which drops into a rocky waterhole.
The Crystal Cascades are a series of swimming holes and cascades along Freshwater Creek near Cairns. The furthest waterhole along the 1.5km track has a pair of picturesque waterfalls.
Curtis Falls is a small but picturesque waterfall in Tamborine National Park, which is surrounded by rainforest. It’s reached by a steep (1.1km return) bushwalk.
Batu Asah Waterfall can be reached by a 5km hike or longer ATV tour. The picturesque waterfall cascades down seven tiers of rock.
Sofea Jane Waterfall (or Jeram Kubang Gajah) can be reached by 10km hike or ATV tour. The waterfall tumbles down a large rock slab, with swimming holes below the falls.
One of the largest waterfalls in Far North Queensland. Barron Falls is most spectacular during the wet season (Dec-Mar). Multiple vantage points provide a view over the rugged Barron Gorge and falls.
Lady Barron Falls is a beautiful waterfall in Mount Field National Park, and is the third and furthest waterfall along the Three Falls Circuit walk.
The Horseshoe Falls is a beautiful waterfall in Mount Field National Park, which drops into a natural amphitheatre. It’s just above Russell Falls.
Saut du Day (or Cascade du Day) is a waterfall on the River L’Orbe near Vallorbe, which is accessed by a short hiking trail.
Russell Falls is a spectacular waterfall in Mount Field National Park, and one of Tasmania’s most popular tourist attractions. A paved trail leads to the falls.
Crater Falls is a seres of picturesque cascades along the Overland Track, a short distance from Ronny Creek.
Knyvet Falls is a small waterfall along Pencil Pine Creek, a short walk from the Cradle Mountain Lodge.
Pencil Pine Falls is a small waterfall along Pencil Pine Creek, a short walk from the Cradle Mountain Lodge.
Canyon Falls in is a small and secluded waterfall in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park (Big Sur), reached by a short walk through tall redgum forest.
Kalang Falls is a picturesque waterfall near Kanangra Walls, reached by a short bushwalk. It’s best visited after some decent rain.
A spectacular waterfall along the Californian Big Sur coastline, McWay Waterfall drops 25m directly onto the beach at McWay Cove.
Rheinfall is the most powerful waterfall in Europe and one of the world famous natural features in Switzerland. The 23m falls can be viewed from both sides of the Rhine river.
The powerful Otodome Falls (音止の滝, Otodome-no-taki) plunges 25m into a deep pool at its base. The waterfall is a short walk from the even more spectacular Shiraito Falls.
One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Japan, Shiraito Falls (白糸の滝, Shiraito no Taki) is 20m high and 150m wide. The water cascades in long, thin threads which give the waterfall its name.
You’ll see a small waterfall and some cascades along the trail through the Kanmangafuchi Abyss, which is close to the cente of Nikko.
Yudaki Waterfall is a 70m-high, fan-shaped waterfall just below Lake Yunoko, near Nikko. An optional hking circles the lake and falls.
Ryuzu Waterfall (竜頭ノ滝, Ryūzu no Taki) is a small but scenic waterfall along the Yu River, just above Lake Chuzenji. A short trail along the river passes some smaller cascades.
Kegon Falls is one of the most popular and scenic waterfalls in Japan. The Daiyi River plunges 97m in a single drop, with additional smaller casades on both sides of the main fall.
Andamira Waterfall (aka Leask Creek Falls) in the Brisbane Water National Park is a small but scenic waterfall. The water drops over the middle of a low, amphitheatre-like cliff.
Edith Falls (Leliyn) are a series of cascades in Nitmiluk National Park. They are popular in summer, with an upper and lower swimming hole below the waterfalls.
Beaver Falls is a series of stunning cascades along Havasu Creek in the Havasu Canyon. It’s the fourth and last waterfall along the creek, as you descend from Supai village.
Mooney Falls is the highest waterfall along Havasu Creek in the Havasu Canyon. It’s a stunning waterfall that drops 65m into a large pool.
Havasu Falls (also called Havasupai Falls) is the most popular waterfall along Havasu Creek in the Havasu Canyon. The turquoise water drops about 30m into a swimming hole.
Navajo Falls is one of the many stunning waterfalls along Havasu Creek in the Havasu Canyon. It’s reached via a long overnight hike into the canyon.
An unnamed waterfall in the Irrawong Reserve, the 2nd Falls is – as the name suggests0 – the 2nd waterfall upstream from the Mullet Creek Falls.
Reached via a “jungle trek” up the river, the Pisang Falls (or Sungai Pisang waterfall) is an impressive waterfall that plunges into a natural swimming hole.
Girrakool Waterfall in Brisbane Water National Park (near Gosford) is a beautiful waterfall, which drops into a natural pool surrounded by bush.
Bulcamatta Falls is a small waterfall in a narrow grotto, near Kurrajong Heights. Reached via a short walk, you’ll also see glow worms at night.
Immortalised by Ansel Adams, Bridalveil Fall is one of Yosemite’s most iconic waterfalls. It falls 188m and can be seen from a number of vantage points.
The popular Mullet Creek Falls (or Irrawong Waterfall) is a small but very photogenic waterfall. Mullet Creek drops off a wide ledge into a large pool and swimming hole.
A series of smaller cascades, culminating in the tallest waterfall with a drop of about 35m. A walking trail (entry fee applies) follows the Mele Cascades up to the top falls.
Grotto Falls is a small waterfall along the West Rim Trail (Fitzroy Falls), which is in a grotto-like setting just off the main trail
Lady Hordern Falls is below the more spectacular Fitzroy Falls, and can be seen via a lookout along the West Rim Trail.
Fitzroy Falls is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Australia, with the water plunging 81m into a wide valley. A walking trail provides multiple lookouts.
A series of small but photogenic cascades along Peppermint Creek, in the Twin Creeks Reserve.
St Johns Falls is a small waterfall near Gordon Golf Course, accessed via a short track. Best after decent rain.
Split Rock Falls (or Cleft Rock Falls) is the most spectacular of two waterfalls along the Split Rock Track in the Great Western Tiers.
Shower Cave Falls is one of two spectacular waterfalls along the Split Rock Track in the Great Western Tiers.
Two small (unnamed) waterfalls along the Split Rock Track in the Great Western Tiers.
The Meander Falls is spectacular waterfall Great Western Tiers, which cascades 130m over two tiers. It’s reached by a 3-4 hour walk.
A small cascade along the Meander River, along the track to Meander Falls.
Located on the Willlams River in the Barrington Tops National Park, Rocky Crossing Cascades is a series of stunning waterfalls and waterholes.
Located on the Willlams River in the Barrington Tops National Park, Lions Rock is a small cascade along the Rocky Crossing track.
The small Minerva Pool Waterfall (which doesn’t officially have a name) is formed by Stokes Creek cascading into the tranquil Minerva Pool.
The Jingga Pool Waterfall (which don’t officially have a name) is formed by O’Hares Creek plunging into the beautiful Jingga Pool.
A small cascade where the Forest Path (which follows the top of the Illawarra Escarpment) crosses Stony Creek
Woolshed Falls cascades 15m over a series of granite ledges in the Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park. The waterfall was also significant in Victoria’s goldrush history.
Pindar Falls is a small waterfall along Pindar Brook, near Pindar Cave.
Along Berowra Creek are a number of tranquil waterholes called The Fishponds. Between these pools are some nice cascades.
Waitara Creek cascades through a series of deep pools eroded by the rushing water, in what has been termed The Washtub.
The Katoomba Cascades is a small and very easy-to-reach waterfall, between Scenic World and Echo Point. Best visited after decent rain.
The spectacular Katoomba Falls can be seen from many vantage points, including above and below the waterfall.
Vera’s Grotto Falls is a small but picturesque waterfall nested in a small gully, and reached via a steep walk down the Furber Steps.
Fortress Creek Falls is a spectacular but hard-to-reach waterfall, where Fortress Creek plunges over a cliff into the Grose Valley. At the top of the falls are some spectacular, cliff-top rock pools.
Palona Falls is an ephemeral waterfall along Palona Brook, near Palona Cave.
A spectacular waterfall, Hanakapiai Falls plunges over the tall cliffs of the Na Pali coast into a deep swimming holes at its base.
A wide, horseshoe shaped waterfall, Haruru Falls is formed by the Waitangi River dropping into a wide lagoon.
The Wairere Falls or Te Wairoa Falls is a 30m waterfall within the Buied Village, accessed by a short walk.
Towards the end of Spring Gully Creek (just before it flows into Cockle Creek) are a few small cascades. Most are only a few feet high, but being surrounded by moss-covered rocks and semi-rainforest, they are very photogenic. Getting to Spring Gully Creek cascades The Spring Gully Creek cascades are
Multiple small cascades along a tributory of the Whakapapanui Stream, next to the Lower Silica Rapids Track.
The Mangaturuturu Rapids is formed by the Mangaturuturu River cascading over an old lava flow.
Mangawhero Falls is a popular waterfall along the Mangawhero River, which is easily accessed from Okahune Mountain Road.
Ohakune Mountain Falls is small but picturesque waterfall along the Mangawhero River, which can be seen from the Waitonga Falls Track.
The Tutea Falls is located along the Kaituna River, along the Okere Falls walking track. It’s the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the world.
The Kaituna Falls is located along the Kaituna River, with easy access to a viewing platform.
The Okere Falls is located along the Kaituna River, with easy access to a viewing platform, and the Okere Falls Jump for brave swimmers!
Waitonga Falls is the tallest waterfall in Tongariro National Park. For the best views and to see the entire waterfall, you need to rock-hop up the river.
A small cascade where the Whangaehu River has carved a deep gorge through an old lava flow, near the Ruapehu Round the Mountain Track
Blaxlands Falls or Buckham Falls is a waterfall along Shrimptons Creek. Above the waterfall is a series of small cascades.
Kikkiya Waterfall along Shrimptons Creek is a small but picturesque tiered waterfall. It’s a bit tricky to reach.
A series of almost subterranean cascades along Les Gorges Mystérieuses in the Trient Valley.
Thac Bac Waterfall (or Silver Waterfall) is north of Sapa, near the Tram Ton Pass – which is the highest mountain pass in Vietnam. The waterfall is formed by a stream that originates high up in the Lo Sui Tong mountain peak, before cascading over multiple tiers with a total
Ebor Falls consists of two separate falls along the Guy Fawkes River, with three lookout platforms connected by a short walking track provide spectacular views of the waterfalls and gorge. It’s one of many waterfalls along the Waterfall Way between Bellingen and Armidale. The total drop of the two waterfalls
Dangar Falls near Dorrigo is a popular waterfall, with a viewing area at the top of the waterfall and a trail to the pool at the bottom where you can swim.
The Ba Ho River near Nha Trang descends over three tiers, forming three waterfalls and natural swimming holes called the Ba Ho Waterfalls.
The Elephant Falls (or Lieng Rowoa waterfall) is an impressive waterfall in the town of Nam Ban, which is in the Lam Ha district of Vietnam.
Weeping Rock in Wentworth Falls is small waterfall formed by Jamison Creek cascading over a rock overhang.
Chandler Falls in the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park drops about 200m into a deep gorge; a 4.2km return walk is needed to get the best view.
The highest waterfall in NSW, Wollomombi Falls is in the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park. The Wollomombi River plunges 228m into a narrow gorge.
Crystal Shower Falls is a spectacular waterfall along the Wonga Walk, in the Dorrigo National Park. A walking path lets you get behind the falls.
Tristania Falls is a 20m high cascade along the Wonga Walk, in the Dorrigo National Park.
Sherrard Falls is a cascade next to the Waterfall Way, between Bellingen and Dorrigo.
Newell Falls is a waterfall next to the Waterfall Way, between Bellengen and Dorrigo.
Minyon Falls is formed by Repentance Creek plunging 100m down a cliff in the Nightcap National Park. Easy walk to the top, and longer walk to natural swimming hole at base of falls.
A small cascade along the Allt Daraich on the Isle of Skye; this small stream flows into the River Sligachan.
Mealt Falls is a spectacular waterfall on the Isle of Skye, where the water plunges off steep sea cliffs into the ocean. Behind the waterfall is Kilt Rock.
The Liffey Falls consist of four waterfalls along the Liffey River; the largest and most picturesque of these is Victoria Falls.
Alexandra Falls and Hopetoun Falls are two waterfalls along the Liffey River, which are collectively called the Liffey Falls.
The Morialta Falls or First Falls is the largest of three waterfalls along Fourth Creek, in the Morialta Conservation Park.
Second Falls is one of three waterfalls along Fourth Creek, in the Morialta Conservation Park.
Third Falls is the smallest of three waterfalls along Fourth Creek in the Morialta Conservation Park.
High Falls is reached via a fairly demanding hike. The waterfall plunges down a steep box canyon, before reaching the Squamish River.
Brandywine Falls is a spectacular plunge waterfall near the Sea to Sky Highway (Whistler). The Brandywine Creek drops 70m into a shallow pool.
A small but powerful cascade along Olesen Creek, which has smoothed an enormous tree root, The waterfall is along the Stawamus Chief trail.
The third-highest waterfall in British Columbia, Shannon Falls cascades 335m down a granite cliff. A walking trail provides access to two lookouts.
A long series of cascades along Leura Falls Creek, surrounded by rainforest. The
popular and photogenic Leura Cascades is easily reached.
A very small cascade, the Boarding House Dam waterfall is just below the dam.
Bridal Veil Falls in Leura is a spectacular multi-tiered waterfall in the Blue Mountains, especially after heavy rain. There are viewing points both above and below the falls.
Weeping Rock in Leura is a small but beautiful cascade along the Leura Falls Creek, just below Bridal Veil Falls.
A relatively small but picturesque waterfall, Queens Cascades is on Jamison Creek just above Wentworth Falls.
Wentworth Falls is one of the many spectacular waterfalls in the Blue Mountains, which can be seen from a number of lookouts and walking trails.
The Salanfe River cascades down the narrow Gorges du Dailley (Dailley Gorge), beside a hiking trail with timber steps.
Mulligan Falls is a picturesque waterfall with a deep swimming hole on Hinchinbrook Island. It’s accessed by the multi-day Thorsborne Trail, or by boat with a 2.5km walk from the beach.
Accessed by the multi-day Thorsborne Trail or by boat, Zoe Falls is a picturesque cascade and swimming hole on Hinchinbrook Island.
Medang Falls (Lata Medang) is a picturesque waterfall with a deep swimming hole, reached by a 3-4 hour jungle trek.
Lubuk Mecu is a small cascade and waterhole in Selangor. It’s near the larger Medang Falls (Lata Medang).
Goðafoss or “waterfall of the goð (pagan idols)” is a spectacular waterfall in Iceland’s north. The river Skjálfandafljót falls in a wide arc into a foaming pool.
Dettifoss is one of the most powerful waterfalls in Europe and the largest in terms of volume discharge It’s fed by meltwater from the massive Vatnajökull glacier.
A long and thin waterfall, Foss a Sidu (or Foss á Siðu) drops 30m down a sheer basalt cliff. It’s located along the Ring Road in southern Iceland.
Rjúkandifoss is a large spring-fed waterfall with a 135m total drop. It can be seen from the Ring Road in the northern part of of Iceland.
Created by the Berufjarðará (river) being squeezed through a narrow gap in a cliff, Folaldafoss is a picturesque that can be seen from Route 939
Skógafoss is one of the biggest waterfalls in Iceland, with a width of 25m and a drop of 60m. A walking path takes you to the base and the top of this picturesque waterfall.
One of the most photographed waterfalls in Iceland, Seljalandsfoss plunges 60m into a shallow pool. A path takes you behind the waterfall.
Gluggafoss (also called Merkjárfoss) is an interesting waterfall, where the Merkjá River has carved a channel and three natural arches through a hill.
Gullfoss is a spectacular waterfall, which is regarded as one of the top ten in the world. A huge volume of water cascades over a wide “staircase” before plunging into a 32-metre deep crevice.
The America Bay Waterfall is at the head of America Bay, where the creek drops off a tall cliff onto the rocks below.
Frasers Brook Cascades is a very small waterfall along the Cliff Connection Track, where the creek drops into a natural pool.
The Elvina Waterfall tumbles 25m down a sheer cliff. At the base of the falls is a sandy area surrounded by lush vegetation.
Lovetts Pool is a beautiful natural waterhole; a small waterfall drops into the natural pool. It’s near the Elvina Track (at West Head).
The Oturere Falls is a twin waterfall in the Oturere Valley, along the Tongariro Northern Circuit route.
The Soda Springs Falls are fed by a spring, and cascade down the head wall of the Mangatepopo Valley in the Tongariro National Park.
Cascade Falls is a small waterfall a short distance below the Taranaki Falls, just above a bridge across the Wairere Stream.
The Taranaki Falls is a picturesque waterfall in Tongariro National Park, where the Wairere Stream tumbles 20m over an old lava flow.
Curracurrong Falls is a unique waterfall in the Royal National Park, as it plunges directly off high cliffs into the ocean. On windy days, it’s also known to blow back up as mist, becoming a “reverse waterfall”.
Victoria Falls or Mosi-oa-Tunya (“the smoke that thunders”) is one of the world’s most spectacular waterfalls. It can be seen from both the Zimbabwe or Zambia side of the Zambezi River.
The Caleyi Falls (they don’t have an unofficial name) is a small but picturesque waterfall along an informal mountain-biking trail in Garigal National Park.
A tiered waterfall along a tributary of Deep Creek, close to Deep Creek Reserve. It’s best visited after some decent rain.
The Carroll Creek Falls is a small but picturesque waterfall and swimming hole along Carroll Creek, in Garigal National Park.
A small but wide cascade where Carroll Creek drops over a long ledge, just before reaching Middle Harbour Creek.
Waterfall near Middle Harbour Creek where an unnamed creek tumbles over moss-covered boulders.
The Deep Creek Upper Falls is a small waterfall in a very natural setting along Deep Creek There are some smaller cascades nearby,
The picturesque Magazine Track Waterfall consists of multiple falls and cascades, with the biggest drop just above Flat Rock Beach.
The Piles Creek Cascades is set of cascades formed by Piles Creek flowing over a wide rock platfom
Lower Gledhill Falls is a spectacular waterfall, where McCarrs Creek is forced through a narrow chute and plunges into a small pool far below.
The “secret” Upper Gledhill Falls is a picturesque waterfall and swimming hole, only metres from McCarrs Creek Road at West Head.
Strickland Falls is a small waterfall in the Strickland State Forest, located in a nice rainforest setting.
Kariong Brook Falls is a beautiful multi-tiered waterfall in Brisbane Water National Park. It plunges into a deep pool and swimming hole.
Tawhai Falls, a filming location in the Lord of the Rings, is reached via a short walk.
Crystal Creek Falls is a tiered waterfall located just next to McCarrs Creek Road, but hidden from views by trees.
Seven Wells Waterfall (Telaga Tujuh) is the most popular waterfall in Langkawi. It has a swimming hole at the bottom, and multiple pools at the top of the falls.
Dundundra Falls is a small waterfall along Kierans Creek, in the Dundundra Falls Reserve. There are smaller cascades below and above the waterfall.
The Cascades is more of a waterhole than a waterfall, but does have a number of small cascades. Continue down Middle Harbour Creek after rain for the best cascades.
Fountain Creek cascade is a small but wide waterfall, where the creek tumbles over a wide ledge.
The picturesque and secluded Ironbark Creek Falls are a short walk from Ironbark Road on the Central Coast.
Emerald Pool Falls is a small cascade above Emerald Pool in Popran National Park.
Lovers Jump Falls is a small and secluded waterfall near Turramurra. It’s accessed by a steep and informal track.
Mumbulla Falls is a beautiful gorge and waterhole on the south coast, which has Aboriginal significance.