Summary: The Carroll Creek Falls is a small but picturesque waterfall and swimming hole along Carroll Creek, in Garigal National Park.

Along Carroll Creek is a relatively small but very picturesque waterfall, where Carroll Creek drops between two boulders and is forced along a narrow channel in the rocks. Next to the falls is a large rock platform, which makes a perfect spot for a break.

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Just below the falls is tranquil and shaded swimming hole, which is surrounded by tall trees.

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Getting to the Carroll Creek Falls

The falls are easily reached by following the Carroll Creek Track from the NPSW Forestville Office at the end of Ferguson St (Davidson).

A couple of longer loop walks pass this waterfall, as well as the smaller Carroll Creek Cascades which are a bit further dowstream:

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