These are (arguably) the best waterfalls in and around Sydney… “Best” is of course a somewhat subjective term: these waterfalls were chosen based on being the most picturesque, especially after there’s been some rain. Many involve a short bushwalk and a few are a bit off-the-beaten track.

There are many more waterfalls throughout Sydney that are worth a visit – especially after there’s been some decent rain!

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.
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".
Kariong Brook Falls is a beautiful multi-tiered waterfall in Brisbane Water National Park. It plunges into a deep pool and swimming hole.
The spectacular Katoomba Falls can be seen from many vantage points, including above and below the waterfall.
A long series of cascades along Leura Falls Creek, surrounded by rainforest. The popular and photogenic Leura Cascades is easily reached.
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 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.
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.

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