Summary: A nice cascade (especially after rain) which is right next to the Central Coast Highway, in West Gosford.

I’m not really sure what to call this waterfall along the Central Coast Highway in West Gosford. Formed by an unnamed creek (which flows into Corrumbine Creek) cascading over a series of tiered rocks, the waterfall is located between the southbound and northbound lanes of the Central Coast Highway.

AWAT0359 LR Central Coast Highway Waterfall - a cascade next to the road

Opposite the waterfall is an obelisk commemorating Henry Kendall, a 19th century Australian author and bush poet. There’s plenty of parking on the wide shoulder, if you want to get a closer look at the waterfall, or explore the rough track down to “Kendall’s Chair”, which is on the same creek as the waterfall.

AWAT0363 LR Central Coast Highway Waterfall - a cascade next to the road

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