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.

The Elvina Waterfall tumbles 25m down a sheer cliff. At the base of the falls is a sandy area surrounded by lush vegetation.
Frasers Brook Cascades is a very small waterfall along the Cliff Connection Track, where the creek drops into a natural pool.
Kikkiya Waterfall along Shrimptons Creek is a small but picturesque tiered waterfall. It's a bit tricky to reach.
Lovers Jump Falls is a small and secluded waterfall near Turramurra. It's accessed by a steep and informal track.
The picturesque Magazine Track Waterfall consists of multiple falls and cascades, with the biggest drop just above Flat Rock Beach.
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.


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