Summary: The Pearl Beach Waterfall is a picturesque and fairly secluded waterfall along Greeen Point Creek, near Pearl Beach.

Below Pearly Ponds, Green Point Creek drops over a wide ledge to form a picturesque waterfall. Fed by a spring, the creek never dries up – but the waterfall is most impressive after heavy rain. The waterfall doesn’t have an official name.

It’s possible to climb behind the falls, although it’s fairly steep.

At the top of the waterfall is a shallow pool on a broad rock platform.

Getting to Pearl Beach Waterfall

A walking track starts from the end of Amethyst Avenue in Pearl Beach, which is about 1:20min north of Sydney or half an hour south of Gosford. The walking trail meets the creek just before the Pearl Beach Waterfall, and then continues along the creek (with one short but steep ascent) to the Pearly Ponds swimming hole.

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Exploring waterfalls and waterholes along Green Point Creek | Hiking the World · August 19, 2022 at 9:13 pm

[…] soon reach the creek, and what is perhaps called the Pearl Beach Waterfall – there’s no official name on the map. The water drops over a wide ledge, which is […]

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