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Wentworth Falls Loop
11 km circuit
6h 30 min to 8h
Wentworth Falls Loop
11 km
Circuit

Walk
6h 30 min to 8h

This is a great walk, both in size and spectacular views. The walk makes its way from Wentworth Falls train station and drops off the plateau, passing the cliffs and waterfalls of the National Pass trail. The track passes many falls, with Empress Falls arguably the most stunning. The walk then heads up to Conservation Hut, a great spot for lunch before continuing along the Over- and Undercliff Tracks back to the train station. An excellent walk. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Highlights
Views
Waterfall

Environment
Natural
Urban

Features


Transport options
To start
Bus
Public Transport
There is free parking available.
Train

Points of Interest
Blue Mist Cafe
Breakfast Point Lookout
Charles Darwin passed this way 1836 sign
Conservation Hut store
Coronation Park
Den Fenella falls (National Pass) waterfall
Den Fenella Lookout
Den Fenella Lookout viewpoint
Empress Falls waterfall
Empress Lookout
Grand Stairway historical
Isobel Falls waterfall
Lodore Falls waterfall
Lyrebird Lookout
Middle of Wentworth Falls waterfall
Princes Rock lookout
Queen Victoria Lookout
Queen Victoria Lookout viewpoint
Queen's Cascades waterfall
Rocket Point Lookout
Sylvia Falls waterfall
Weeping Rock waterfall

Places & Areas
Australia
Australia/Sydney Time Zone
Blue Mountains City Council
Blue Mountains National Park
Great Dividing Range
Greater Sydney Region
New South Wales
Sydney
Wentworth Falls
Wilson Park


Wentworth Falls Station Loop
10.4 km circuit
5h to 5h 30 min
Wentworth Falls Station Loop
10.4 km
Circuit

Walk
5h to 5h 30 min

The Wentworth Falls Station Loop takes in most of the upper tracks around Wentworth Falls. There are many scenic views near the cliffs, with a few highlights away from the cliffs such as Lillians Glen and the Conservation Hut. This walk takes some time, so be sure to bring a packed lunch or buy something delicious from the scenic Conservation Hut restaurant. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Highlights
Cafe
Views
Waterfall

Environment
Natural

Features


Transport options
To start
Bus
Public Transport
There is free parking available.
Train

Points of Interest
Blue Mist Cafe
Cafe Aliment
Charles Darwin passed this way 1836 sign
Conservation Hut store
Coronation Park
Denis Kevans Bushland Gardens park
Edinburgh Castle Rock lookout
Empress Falls waterfall
Empress Lookout
Flat Rock Falls waterfall
Grand Stairway historical
Isobel Falls waterfall
Lillian's Glen waterfall
Lodore Falls waterfall
Middle of Wentworth Falls waterfall
Queen Victoria Lookout
Queen's Cascades waterfall
Red Rock Falls waterfall
Rocket Point Lookout
Sylvia Falls waterfall
Upper Wentworth Falls waterfall
Weeping Rock waterfall

Places & Areas
Australia
Australia/Sydney Time Zone
Blue Mountains
Blue Mountains City Council
Blue Mountains National Park
Great Dividing Range
Greater Sydney Region
New South Wales
Sydney
Wentworth Falls
Wilson Park


Weribee Gorge Circuit via the Short Circuit Track
4.5 km circuit
1h 30 min to 2h 30 min
West Canungra Creek Waterfall Circuit
12.8 km circuit
5h to 7h 30 min
West Canungra Creek Waterfall Circuit
12.8 km
Circuit

Walk
5h to 7h 30 min

Starting from Lamington National Park Road, O’Reilly, this circuit walk explores the dense forest alongside Canungra Creek via multiple tracks, visiting multiple waterfalls and swimming holes along the way. Prepare to be here all day as you’ll want to enjoy the cool waters of Canungra along with the pure beauty of the scenery around. You’ll cross creeks, walk along ridges, and visit lovely picnic spots as you make your way through the exquisite trees of Lamington. You can expect to spot some ‘yabbies’(Australian term) here, a species of crayfish known as spiny blue crayfish. Besides the interesting wildlife, the track gives you glimpses of the picturesque hinterland as well. Although it’s best to view the waterfalls after some decent rain, leeches become more abundant in such conditions. Wear long sleeves and pants to make this less of a problem. Keep in mind that you may run into different snake species as well, especially in warmer months. The track can be muddy in sections, and rock scrambling/hopping may be required to reach some of the falls. Hiking poles may come in handy. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Highlights
Cafe
Swim
Views
Waterfall

Environment
Natural

Features


Points of Interest
Box Log Falls waterfall
Elabana Falls waterfall
National Parks & Wildlife Office sign
O'Reilly's Cafe & Gifts restaurant
Tree Top Walk Ladder viewpoint

Places & Areas
Australia
Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area
Lamington National Park
O'Reilly
Queensland
Scenic Rim Region
Scenic Rim Regional


West Mulgrave Falls Track
7.5 km return
5h to 6h 30 min
West Mulgrave Falls Track
7.5 km
Return

Walk
5h to 6h 30 min

Starting from Windin Falls Carpark and Trailhead on Gourka Road, this advanced hike takes you to the waterfall along West Mulgrave River and back, exploring the woodland of Wooroonooran National Park along the way. Embark on an epic and challenging journey that includes bush-bashing, creek crossing and navigating through a dense forest. The effort will be grand, yet the stunning waterfall and the rock pools below make this trip worthwhile. It’s a high chance that you’ll be the only one in the area, so you can expect to have the rock pools to yourself. This also means that you need to be extra careful. The track is marked by pink string/tape, therefore you need to have navigational equipment just in case. The creek crossings may become dangerous in the wet season with the steep parts becoming slippery as well, so try to do the hike under dry conditions. There are lots of leeches in the area so an insect repellent may come in quite handy. Look out for wild boars(feral pigs). Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Highlights
Swim
Views
Waterfall

Environment
Natural

Features


Points of Interest
Churnano Falls waterfall
West Mulgrave Falls waterfall
Windin Falls Carpark car park

Places & Areas
Australia
Cape York Peninsula
Queensland
Tablelands Regional
Wooroonooran
Wooroonooran National Park




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