Summary: Pindar Falls is a small waterfall along Pindar Brook, near Pindar Cave.

This small waterfall is not far from the impressive Pindar Cave. The Pindar Falls (also called the Pindar Brook Waterfall) is formed by the Pindar Brook cascading over a broad rock shelf, before dropping further down into a small pool. While it’s not the most spectacular waterfall, it’s a nice and tranquil spot.

Pindar Falls
Pindar Falls

Getting to Pindar Falls

The waterfall is about 500m from Pindar Cave, which is reached via the Great North Walk track and Pindar Walking Track. A rough trail from the cave goes to the top of the small falls.

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