Summary: The popular Mullet Creek Falls (or Irrawong Waterfall) is a small but very photogenic waterfall. Mullet Creek drops off a wide ledge into a large pool and swimming hole.

Also known as Irrawong Waterfall, Mullet Creek Falls is a picturesque waterfall that drops into wide, sandy pool. Mullet Creek descends past these falls before flowing into Narrabeen Lagoon.

Irrawong Waterfall or Mullet Creek Falls
Irrawong Waterfall or Mullet Creek Falls

It’s a popular spot as the waterfall is easy to reach, with a grassy “beach” in front of it and a wide rock overhangs providing some shade.

Irrawong Waterfall or Mullet Creek Falls
Irrawong Waterfall or Mullet Creek Falls

It’s possible to clamber partly behind the waterfall.

Getting to Mullet Creek Falls

The easiest way to the falls is via the Jim Revitt Walk, a short level walk (600m return)from the corner of Irrawong Road and Epworth Place (Warriewood). A longer and steeper track (2.2km return) descends from Ingleside Road (Ingleside), where there is parking area with signage.

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