Summary: The picturesque and secluded Ironbark Creek Falls are a short walk from Ironbark Road on the Central Coast.

The Ironbark Creek Falls are a well-kept secret on the Central Coast. Located a short walk from Ironbark Road, there’s no signage or information on the Central Coast Council web site.

Ironbark Creek Falls

In front of the picturesque falls is a small and shaded sandy area. The falls themselves are surrounded by ferns and dense vegetation.

AWAT6331 LR Ironbark Creek Falls - a secret waterfall on the Central Coast

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Cave art and Waterfalls in Popran National Park | Hiking the World · August 28, 2021 at 11:36 pm

[…] track suddenly opens up to a small clearing, with a sandy area in front of the Ironbark Creek Falls. The falls are quite picturesque, and with a fair bit of rain over the last few weeks there’s […]

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