Summary: Dundundra Falls is a small waterfall along Kierans Creek, in the Dundundra Falls Reserve. There are smaller cascades below and above the waterfall.

The Dundundra Falls Reserve is a 40 hectare Crown Land reserve in Terrey Hills. It adjoins Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and the Dardabong Reserve (which contains two significant Aboriginal sites). The Dundundra Falls is on Neverfail Creek, just above where it flows into Kierans Creek.

There are multiple cascades along Kierans Creek, above and below this waterfall.

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Exploring Golf Ball Creek in Dundundra Reserve | Hiking the World · October 22, 2021 at 9:19 am

[…] doesn’t take long before we reach the top of Dundundra Falls; a small waterfall that is normally reached via a walking trail from Larool […]

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