Summary: The Deep Creek Upper Falls is a small waterfall in a very natural setting along Deep Creek There are some smaller cascades nearby,

I’m calling this waterfall on Deep Creek in Garigal National Park the Deep Creek Upper Falls, as there are some larger falls downstream near the Deep Creek Reserve. This waterfall is a 2.3km walk from Deep Creek Reserve, where Deep Creek drops over a rock ledge. Although Deep Creek flows year-round, these falls will be a lot more impressive after some heavy rain.

Deep Creek Upper Falls

Just downstream of the waterfall are a set of small cascades, surrounded by moss-covered rocks.

img 5949 lr Deep Creek Upper Falls - an unnamed waterfall along Deep Creek

More information on Deep Creek Upper Falls

A couple of bushwalks pass this waterfall which is next to the Caley Trail / Deep Creek Valley Trail, starting from either Deep Creek Reserve (Narrabeen) or Morgan Road (Belrose):

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