Un-recorded falls

The below is an indicative list of the named & accessible falls i am imaging but have not yet included on this site. While I have images of most, i am taking a little time to revisit and get accurate height and better mapping information about each location. Some of these are in areas without road access, some only flow when access is difficult.


Kanangra Boyd NP

Barralliers (~150m) (Kanangra Boyd NP)
Barrier (Doris Creek) (~150m) (Kanangra Boyd NP)
Bernard Grotto (Kanangra Boyd NP)
Box Creek Falls, Box Creek, upstream junction Kowmung River
Christys Creek
Higgins (~150m) (Kanangra Boyd NP)
Johnston, Wheengee Whungee Creek (Shamash Deep)
Margaret Falls (~150m) (Kanangra Boyd NP)
Whalania Falls, Whalania Creek, upstream junction Sally Camp Creek
Wheengee Whungee (Kanangra Boyd NP)

Blue Mountains NP

Beachamp Falls, Grand Canyon, Blue Mountains, NSW
Millnigang (~150m) (Millnigang Creek, near Wombeyan)
Mumdebah Falls, Jigger Gully
Queens Cascades

Central West (Orange/Cowra)

Beaumont (~50m) Falls, Orange, NSW
Black Flat Creek (~50m) (Canobolas)
Bong Bong (~40m) (near Cowra)
Gully Creek (~50m) (Canobolas)


Bona Vista Falls (~80m) (near Comboyne)
Bridal Veil Falls (~150m) (near Comboyne)
Deep Gorge Falls (~50m) (near Comboyne)
Diamond Falls (~20m) (near Comboyne)
Ellenborough (~120m) (Ellenborough River) (near Comboyne)
Rawson Falls (~50m) (near Comboyne)

Morton NP (inc Budawangs)

Bundundah (~20m) (Bundundah Creek north of Sassafras)
Coal Mine (~50m) (Bundanoon Creek near Bundanoon)
Crooked (~100m) (Angel Creek) (Budawang NP)
Dungeon (~100m) (Shoalhaven River, near Marulen)
Gerringong (150m+) (near Robertson)
Munnuldi (~150m) (Budawangs)
Murrumbooie Falls, (Budawangs)
Ngadyoo Falls, (Budawangs), Sth NSW (Porter's Creek, near Porters Creek Dam, Little Forest Plateau)
Ngaityung Falls, (Budawangs), Sth NSW (Pigeon House Creek, near Cradle Swamp, Little Forest Plateau)
Perryman (~100m) (Ettrema Creek north of Sassafras)
Sluice Box (~100m) (Budawang NP)
Sparkles (~50m) (near Shoalhaven River, Marulen)
Talntrerany Mountain Falls, Budawangs, Sth NSW
Trawalla Falls, Budawangs, Sth NSW
William (~80m) (Bundundah Creek north of Sassafras)


Abbots (~5m) (Manning River, near Taree)
Apsley (~25m) (Apsley River, near Walcha)
Deans Creek
Dilgry (~100m) (Dilgry River, near Thunderbolts Lookout, Scone)
Lower Hastings (~60m) (Hastings River, near Beechwood)
Tia (~50m) (Tia River, near Walcha)
Upper Hastings (~100m) (Hastings River, near Beechwood)

ACT (and nearby NSW)

Bogong Creek Falls, ACT
Coree Creek Falls, ACT
Corrowong (~60m) (near Snowy River, Delegate)
Dubbo (~80m) (Goobarragandra River, near Tumut)
Falls Creek (Princes Highway at the Jervis Bay)
Ginini Falls, ACT
Ginninderra (50m+) (near Belconnen)
Landers Falls 10km 3hr Talbingo Snowy Mtns Hwy
Mountain Creek Falls, (Cavan), NSW
Pierces Creek Falls, ACT
Sawyers Gully Billabong, (Cavan), NSW
Stockyard Creek Falls, ACT


Dangars (~150m) (Salisbury Waters near Armidale)
Ebor (50m) (Guy Fawkes River, near Armidale)
Mihi (~150m) (Salisbury Waters near Armidale)
Wollomombi (~200m) (Wollomombi River near Armidale)

North Coast

Belgrave (~5m) (Macleay River, near Kempsey)
Boonoo Boonoo falls and cascades (~200m) (near Stanthorpe)
Gibberagee State Forest Waterfall
Undercliffe (~150m) (Bookookoorara Creek, near Stanthorpe)


Arabanoo Creek ?


Morung Falls, Morung Creek (near Morung Deep)
North Overshot (~20m) (Morphetts Creek, near Broken Hill)
Two falls off the Bullock Track, near Mt Lofty, South Australia (thanks to Steve for the tip off)
Roaring Meg Falls, Daintree, Queensland , this one off the Cleb Track, a pretty challenging road. (thanks to Steve for the tip off)


Unknown said…
I've seen many of these waterfalls in person and many many more :)

Vest waterfall in NSW imo is Five Day Creek up near Ebor.
Peter Quinton said…
Thanks for the tip - and half your luck :) A fall at Mermaid has set back some of my wilder plans - although I have had a lot of fun with some of the falls in the Tallaganda and the Central West bushwalking Club as i recover (kicking myself for ignoring the falls in my own backyard for many years).
In the meantime - it is hard to go past the adventures of the amazing young (https://sleepwhenwearedead.net/) and the incredible older (https://www.johnevans.id.au/) - as well as those like John Blay who lived to write about it :/

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