Summary: A relatively small but picturesque waterfall, Queens Cascades is on Jamison Creek just above Wentworth Falls.

The Queens Cascades is a small cascade along Jamison creek, above the 187m tall Wentworth Falls which is further downstream, below Weeping Rock. It’s relatively small with a drop of less than ten metres, but quite picturesque – especially after rain.

Queens Cascades

Getting to Queens Cascades

The cascades are 800m walk from the Wentworth Falls Picnic Area on Sir H Burrell Drive, and 600m from the Wentworth Falls Lookout. This short walk can be combined with the Overcliff-Undercliff Track.

img 0780 lr Queens Cascades - a picturesque cascade that drops into a sandy pool

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