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Wentworth Falls track

Blue Mountains National Park

Overview

If you're heading to the Blue Mountains, Wentworth Falls track rewards bushwalkers with grand valley views from Fletchers lookout before reaching the top of popular Wentworth Falls waterfall.

Where
Blue Mountains National Park
Accessibility
No wheelchair access
Distance
1.4km return
Time suggested
45min - 1hr
Grade
Grade 3
Price
Free
Please note

  • Please take care and stay on the track as there are hidden cliff edges in this area of the park. Children should be supervised.
  • This track has sections of steep stairs that are not suitable for prams.
  • Wentworth Falls picnic area and nearby walks can be busy places on weekends and holidays, so parking may be limited.
  • While water is available at the picnic area, it's a good idea to bring some extra water with you.

This short but steep walk from Wentworth Falls picnic area is well worth the effort. Follow the level path past Jamison and Wentworth lookouts before descending around 200 steps to the cliff-edge Fletchers lookout. Marvel at the waterfall that gives Wentworth Falls its name, as it plunges 100m to the valley floor.

From here, it's a few more minutes down steps to the very top of the Falls, where Jamison Creek cascades into a shallow pool to one side and the magnificent Jamison Valley opens out on the other.

Make your way back via the same route, or continue for a minute along National Pass to take in exhilarating views and wonder at this incredible feat of engineering, before backtracking to the picnic area. If you're feeling energetic, combine Wentworth Falls track with the short Weeping Rock circuit, the varied Undercliff track or historic Princes Rock lookout track.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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Conservation program:

Bush Trackers

Bush Trackers was created to encourage children to engage with the environment in and around the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage area. This program highlights the natural and cultural splendour of the greater Blue Mountains through education initiatives and bushwalks.

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Wentworth Falls, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Steve Alton/OEH.