The north and north-west of Sydney has many waterfalls and cascades. While some have been affected by development, many of them are protected by national parks and bushland reserves. This list of waterfalls in Sydney’s north listed include those in Garigal National Park, Ku-ring-gai Chase and Lane Cove National Park.

See also waterfalls in Sydney’s south / Blue Mountains / Central Coast.

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.
Blaxlands Falls or Buckham Falls is a waterfall along Shrimptons Creek. Above the waterfall is a series of small cascades.
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 small but wide cascade where Carroll Creek drops over a long ledge, just before reaching Middle Harbour Creek.
The Carroll Creek Falls is a small but picturesque waterfall and swimming hole along Carroll Creek, in Garigal 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.
Dundundra Falls is a small waterfall along Kierans Creek, in the Dundundra Falls Reserve. There are smaller cascades below and above the waterfall.

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