Bushwalks tagged Waterfalls within 100km of Sydney, NSW

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Medium
7 km return
3 hrs

Manly Dam

New South Wales
10km away 

Best Bushwalking trail, around Manly Dam.

Medium
3.4 km return
90 mins

Waterfall Walk (West Pennant Hills/Richard Webb Reserve)

The Hills Shire
21km away 

Tall Blue Gums, sandstone gullies, a waterfall and wildflowers. This walk follows Darling Mills Creek to the only waterfall in the Hills through some of the prettiest scenery in the Hills.

Medium
4.2 km return
2 hrs

Blue Gum Walk

New South Wales
22km away 

Blue Gum Loop - also called Joe's Mountain Circuit - is a short, popular and very scenic circuit near Hornsby through Berowra Valley Regional Park, passing the Fishponds on Berowra Creek and Washtub on Waitara Creek. It's been recognised by the Sydney Morning Herald in 2015 as one of the “Six of the best bushwalks” in Sydney. A great family walk.

Hard
5.4 km return
3 hrs

Elvina Bay Loop

Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
25km away 

The Elvina Bay circuit is a short but very diverse loop trail at West Head, with a secluded swimming hole, multiple cascades and waterfalls and nice Pittwater views. You can opt for a hard and partly off-track circuit, or an easier on-track loop...

Hard
28 km one-way
9 hrs

Coast Track

Royal National Park
33km away 

The Coast Walk in the Royal National Park is a popular long day-walk or overnight walk from Otford to Bundeena, along the coast. It offers stunning views, many pristine beaches and some spectacular waterfalls.

Hard
26 km one-way
2 days

The Royal Coastal Walk

Royal National Park
35km away 

A beautiful walk with beaches, rock formations, waterfalls, water holes, lookouts and more,

Hard
11 km one-way
4 hrs

Waterfall to Heathcote

New South Wales
36km away 

This walk explores the heart of Heathcote National Park, and is easily accessed with a train station at either end. Although relatively close to the start of the walk, Kingfisher Pool, next to Heathcote Creek, is a great spot to break and enjoy the park. Mirang Pool, at the northern end, also offers an opportunity to cool down before the last walk up the hill.

Medium
10.2 km return
3 hrs

Curra Moors

Royal National Park
36km away 

If you long for a challenging walk to clear the head and work the body, the Curra Moors loop track through the eastern section of Royal National Park is just the ticket. The bush meets the sea with dramatic sandstone cliffs and spectacular coastal views, so there are plenty of scenic views.

The track will lead you through woodlands of scribbly gums and angophoras before opening up to heathland. If you like birdwatching, be sure to look for the nectar loving lewins honey eater and the eastern spinebill. If you’re here in spring, the wildflowers, in particular the hakeas, are the ultimate in aroma therapy.

Stop for a break at the spectacular Curracurrong waterfall, or take the short detour north to Eagle Rock. Keep an eye out for whales, in season, as you follow the coastal track south to Garie North Head. Stop for a picnic lunch and soak up the spectacular panoramic views.

Easy
6.8 km return
3 hrs

Jingga Pool and Minerva Pool

New South Wales
48km away 

Dharawal National Park in the south-west of Sydney offers a few short walking tracks to idyllic swimming holes (Jingga Pool and Minerva Pool), and a longer cycling track. Both Jingga Pool and Minerva Pools feature on many Web sites on "best swimming holes around Sydney".

Medium
13 km one-way
4.5 hrs

Girrakool to Wondabyne Station (with Kariong Brook Falls)

New South Wales
48km away 

This walk starts from the Girrakool Picnic Area and winds south, through the Brisbane Waters National Park. The walk crosses some long rock flats and climbs to the top of Scopas Peak, providing views spanning right across the park. The walk then continues down to Wondabyne Station, and provides a side trip to Kariong Brook Falls.