Summary: Weeping Rock in Wentworth Falls is small waterfall formed by Jamison Creek cascading over a rock overhang.

Upstream of both the Queens Cascades and Wentworth Falls along Jamison Creek is Weeping Rock. The creek drops over a wide rock overhang, next to the walking track.

Weeping Rock (Wentworth Falls)

Further upstream are a few smaller (and unnamed) cascades.

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Getting to Weeping Rock

The waterfall can be reached via a number of walking tracks:

  • Wentworth Falls Track from the Wentworth Falls Picnic Area on Sir H Burrell Drive is the shortest route (about 1.2km return, or 1.6km if you do the Weeping Rock Circuit, which also goes past Fletchers Lookout)
  • Along the Charles Darwin Walk from Wilson Park, near the Great Western Highway and railway station (about 5km return) This is a nice walk that follows Jamison Creek.
  • As part of the Overcliff-Undercliff Track, which starts near the Conservation Hut at the end of Fletcher St (about 6km in total) – this is a very nice Blue Mountains walk with some great views.

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