Summary: Wentworth Falls is one of the many spectacular waterfalls in the Blue Mountains, which can be seen from a number of lookouts and walking trails.

Wentworth Falls is considered one of the most scenic waterfalls in the Blue Mountains. Jamison Creek tumbles over three tiers, with a total fall of 187m. It can be seen from a number of vantage points, including from the base of the waterfall (via the Grand Stairway).

Fletchers Lookout

A fenced and signposted lookout, Fletchers Lookout has two viewing platforms that provide a view over the top of Wentworth Falls. It’s reached by a 0.6km walk from the end Falls Road along the Wentworth Track.

Wentworth Falls from Fletchers Lookout

From Overcliff Undercliff Track

The falls can be seen from the Undercliff Track on the opposite side of the valley.

Wentworth Falls
Wentworth Falls
Wentworth Falls

Swimming at Wentworth Falls

Although it requires a steep walk back up, there is a swimming hole at the base of the falls. It’s reached via the Wentworth Falls walking track (about 5km return and is rated Moderate/Hard due to a very steep descent and ascent, which includes some steel ladders).

Getting to Wentworth Falls

The Conservation Hut is the starting point for:

The Wentworth Falls Picnic Area is the starting point for:

  • Wentworth Falls Track
  • Wentworth Pass
  • Princes Rock Walking Track
  • National Pass

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Overcliff-Undercliff Track (Blue Mountains) | Hiking the World · September 5, 2021 at 10:47 pm

[…] Overcliff Track becomes the Undercliff Track. It continues along the cliff edge, with some views of Wentworth Falls cascading over the […]

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