Summary: 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.

Bulcamatta Falls is a small waterfall at the end of small and narrow rainforest gully, along Burralow Creek in the Lower Grose Valley. At night, there are glow worms in the grotto around the waterfall. The word “bulcamatta” comes from the local Aboriginal word meaning “mountain” and “waterfalls”.

Getting to Bulcamatta Falls

Turn onto Warks Hill Road from Bells Line of Road, which turns into Burralow Road, and continue along Tabaraga Ridge fire trail for 8km (4WD access, although you should be able to get through in an SUV). This takes you to the Burralow Creek camping area. A walking trail on the western side of the campground takes you past convict ruins and onto the small waterfall.

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