Summary: 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.

This waterfall doesn’t officially have a name: it’s located near an informal mountain-biking track called “Coopers Blue”, which branches off the Caleyi Trail. It’s hard to capture the size of the Caleyi Falls, as the path passes the top of the falls, and reaching the bottom would require some serious scrambling. The creek cascades over some rocks, before dropping into a small pool below.

Caleyi Falls
Caleyi Falls

Getting to Caleyi Falls

The easiest way to reach these falls is by branching off the Caleyi Trail onto the Coopers Blue track after 0.5km. The waterfall is about 1.3km along this trail. For a longer bushwalk, do the Caleyi Trail Loop.

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