Summary: Marguerite Cascades near Leura consists of three small waterfalls along Linda Creek, accessed via the Federal Pass walking track.

Downstream of Lila Falls and Linda Falls, Marguerite Cascades is a series of three small waterfalls along Linda Creek. The lowermost cascades are next to the Federal Pass walking track (this section is also called the Lila Falls Track).

The middle cascades are the most spectacular, and are right next to the walking track.

Getting to Marguerite Cascades

Located along Linda Creek, the falls are next to the Federal Pass walking track, and can be reached via two routes:

  • From Cliff Drive (Leura) down the Federal Pass track – 1.6km return
  • From Leura Cascades Picnic Area (via Leura Cascades) – 3.8km return

A scenic 3km bushwalking loop passes all three Linda Creek waterfalls, as well as Leura Cascades and some beautiful lookouts.

The start of the trail at Leura is about a 1:40min drive from Sydney via the M4 and Great Western Highway (A32) or 10in from Kartoomba Parking can be limited along Cliff Drive, especially on weekends; Kiah Lookout is the closest access point, but you can park anywhere in the area and follow the signs for the Prince Henry Cliff Walk (the Federal Pass track is off the Prince Henry Cliff Walk).

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