Towards the end of Spring Gully Creek (just before it flows into Cockle Creek) are a few small cascades. Most are only a few feet high, but being surrounded by moss-covered rocks and semi-rainforest, they are very photogenic.

Getting to Spring Gully Creek cascades

The Spring Gully Creek cascades are along the Gibberagong Track, which goes from the end of Grosvenor St in North Wahroonga to Bobbin Head, through the Ku-ring-gai National Park.

  • The nicest section of this walk is from Bobbin Head up Copckle Creek and Spring Gully Creek, past the cascades to the Gibberagong Waterhole (about 7.6km return)
  • Combine the Gibberagong Track with the Murra Fire Trail and Bobbin Head Track for a longer loop walk (12.5km)
  • For a longer and much more more challenging loop walk, combine the Gibberagong Track and Murrua Fire Trail (14.6km)

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