Summary: Little Falls is a small cascade along Moores Creek on the Little Digger Track, which drops into a rocky waterhole.

One of a few waterfalls along Moores Creek, Little Falls are – as the name suggests – a very small cascade. The creek drops over a wide sandstone ledge into a large and tranquil pool. The falls are best after some decent rain, and may otherwise be just a trickle of water. Due to water quality (the creek runs through part of Roseville and under a main road before reaching Moores Creek Reserve) it’s not suitable for swimming.

Getting to Little Falls

The waterfall is along the Little Digger Track, about 300m from the end of Carnarvon Road in East Lindfield. This is a pleasant bushwalk that descends along Moores Creek and meets the Two Creeks Track.

Moores Creek waterfalls

The waterfalls along Moore Creek include (from the western end of the track) include:

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