Easily one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Australia, Ebor Falls cascade over 100 metres down tiered columns of graphite coloured rock. In fact, there are at least two waterfalls to see, all within walking distance of the car park. Big waterfalls, cascading through ferns and rainforest, down to the valley floor, with spectacular views down the Guy Fawkes River National Park.

Picnic Facilities
No Dogs Permitted
No Camping Permitted
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there:

From Coffs Harbour (110km), drive south on the Pacific Highway before turning right onto Waterfall Way (B78). Just beyond Ebor, turn right into Ebor Falls Road and follow to the car park at the far end.

From Armidale, drive east on Barney Street, which soon becomes Grafton Road and later Waterfall Way (B78) for 80km, passing through Argyle and Wollomombi. Turn left into Ebor Falls Road and follow to the car park at the far end.


Ebor Falls

Route/Trail notes:

From the car park, head to the 'Lower Falls Lookout' and walk through to the edge of the smaller falls with breathtaking views over the valley. From here, head along the boardwalk to the 'Valley Lookout' over the main falls.

Most visitors go no further, however the walking track continues along the river into Ebor, where you might wish to cross the bridge for something to eat and a cool beer at the Ebor Falls Hotel before returning the way you came.



Other References/Comments:

Apparently there is access to the bottom of the main falls from the boardwalk between the two waterfalls, as you will often see a couple of intrepid fly fishermen on the water's edge after a trout.

Guy Fawkes River National Park

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Beautiful falls & amazing to see after a lot of rain! The walk was easy with a paved path the whole way. Watch your step...we saw a red belly black snake beside the path! There's some work going on at the moment, so one of the viewing platforms over the national park was not accessible.

Suz on 1 Mar, 2022

Walked from the nearby Sport and Recreation grounds to the bottom parking area. Unfortunatly the track to the Valley lookout was closed as was the Lower Falls viewing Platform due to the fires of last year and saftey. The track leading back to the main falls still allowed for spectacular viewsof the valley and the falls so it is very much highly recomended. Easy walk some some small grades.

Bootson on 16 Jan, 2021

Having done Cathedral Rock this morning, this was a more relaxed stroll along the cliff edge of these beautiful falls and along the river into town for a beer.

F.A.B. on 28 Oct, 2017


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