Summary: The picturesque Magazine Track Waterfall consists of multiple falls and cascades, with the biggest drop just above Flat Rock Beach.

A small set of falls and cascades at the edge of suburbia in Garigal National Park, the Magazine Track Waterfall is formed by an unnamed creek. Near the top of the creek is a single, small drop, where the water is forced between a gap in the rocks.

Magazine Track Waterfall

The track passes some smaller cascades, formed by the same creek further downstream.

Magazine Track Waterfall

Just above Flat Rock Beach is the bottom of the falls, and the largest drop. This is also called Flat Rock Bay Waterfall.

Magazine Track Waterfall

You can reach the top and bottom of the falls within 15min from the of Killarney Drive (Killarney Heights) – or you’ll pass by the waterfall on the Flat Rock Bach circuit bushwalk.

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Flat Rock Beach circuit (Garigal NP) | Hiking the World · August 23, 2021 at 8:46 pm

[…] and the start of the Magazine Track which descends to Flat Rock Beach. A small waterfall (the Magazine Track Waterfall) at the top of the track drops between two large boulders. There’s a decent flow of water, […]

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