Minyon Falls

Minyon Falls was a tall and wispy 100m waterfall in the lush Nightcap National Park near Lismore. We managed to visit this falls while doing a fairly extensive out-and-back half-day trip from Byron…

Protestors Falls

Protestors Falls was another tall, wispy waterfall in the lush Nightcap National Park near Lismore. We witnessed this fairly light-flowing waterfall in May 2008, which plunged some 25-30m…

Bakers Creek Falls

Bakers Creek Falls was an unexpected stop for us as a signpost on the Armidale-Dorrigo Road (aka the Waterfall Way or Hwy 78) caught our attention. It was really a series of cascades, but it only…

Wollomombi Falls

Julie and I anticipated a visit to Wollomombi Falls considering there had been a fair bit of literature devoted to it as being one of Australia’s tallest single-drop waterfalls at a reported 220m…

Dangar Falls

Dangar Falls was a waterfall that we didn’t expect to see going into our trip in May 2008. We happened to be aware of its existence only after making a stop at the visitor centre in the nearby…

Ebor Falls

Ebor Falls seemed to us to be a pair of attractive waterfalls with a gorgeous two-tiered upper falls (see photo above) and a plunging lower tier. This was yet another waterfall in the waterfall-…

Newell Falls and Sherrard Falls

Both Newell Falls and Sherrard Falls were surprise roadside waterfalls as we wound our way along the curvy roads of the Dorrigo Mountains. In fact, we were looking for Crystal Shower Falls when…

Crystal Shower Falls

Crystal Shower Falls was an attractive, light-flowing waterfall that allowed us to go behind it. This was another one of the waterfalls that Julie and I didn’t expect to see going into our May 2008…

Tia Falls

Tia Falls (pronounced “TYE-uh” and not “TEE-uh” like Spanish for auntie) was one of several impressive waterfalls in the Oxley Wild Rivers Gorge system. I couldn’t find any information…

Apsley Falls

Apsley Falls was actually a pair of impressive waterfalls that we encountered while touring the Oxley Wild Rivers Gorge system. As you can see from the photo above, this waterfall seemed to be…

Dangarsleigh Falls (Dangars Falls)

Dangarsleigh Falls (or Dangars Falls as well as Dangar Falls for short) was supposed to be an impressively tall waterfall tumbling into the Dangars Gorge not too far from the New England town…

Ellenborough Falls

Ellenborough Falls was a very pleasingly high-flowing waterfall plunging high off the cliffs surrounding the Ellenborough Gorge. Julie and I found this beautiful waterfall to be one of our…

Somersby Falls

Somersby Falls was a series of attractive cascading waterfalls situated near Gosford on the Central Coast of New South Wales. I’d say encountered the two most attractive parts of the waterfalls…

Paddy’s River Falls

Paddys River Falls was a gushing waterfall that defied our Australian Drought pessimism during our November 2006 visit to the southeastern parts of the country. We were especially surprised…

Tuross Falls

Tuross Falls surprised Julie and I with its resiliency considering that almost everything about our visit here suggested that the falls should have succumbed to the big drought that affected…

Gibraltar Falls

Gibraltar Falls was memorable to both Julie and I because it was the lone publicly accessible significant waterfall in the ACT (Australian Capital Territory) that we were aware of. In fact…

Minnamurra Falls

Minnamurra Falls was an impressive two-tiered waterfall nestled deep in a serene rainforest just a few minutes inland from Kiama (which itself seemed to be known for some pretty active and…

Carrington Falls

Carrington Falls surprised Julie and I with its impressive flow, especially considering our November 2006 trip to Southeastern Australia was in the midst of a severe drought. It was certainly the…

Belmore Falls

Belmore Falls left Julie and I ooh-ing and ahh-ing as we were totally taken off guard with its majestic two-tiered plunge. During our drought-stricken November 2006 visit to Southeastern Australia…

Fitzroy Falls

Fitzroy Falls dazzled Julie and I with its impressive flow (despite the drought during our November 2006 trip to Southeastern Australia) and dramatic cliffside free-fall, which we were able to…