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Woolshed Falls walking track

Cocoparra National Park

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Woolshed Falls walking track, near Griffith, is located in Cocoparra National Park, close to Woolshed Flat campground. It’s great for walking with kids.

0.5km return
Time suggested
Grade 3
Opening times

Woolshed Falls walking track is always open, but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.

What to
Drinking water, hat, sunscreen
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There's limited mobile reception in this park.

Beginning at the carpark at The Pines picnic area, this easy walk is a great option for an after-lunch stroll through Cocoparra National Park.

Follow the gently undulating track along the creek line, passing sun-dappled white cypress pines, bimble box trees and pretty white daisies as you go. Conveniently located near Woolshed Flat campground, not far from Griffith, this short walk is ideal for walking with kids. They’ll relish the adventure of roaming through the cool, sheltered grassy woodland, listening to the sounds of the bush and vying to be the first to spot some wildlife. They shouldn’t have to wait long, though – there are plenty of woodland birds around, and they might even see a swamp wallaby enjoying the shade.

You’ll find the track ends at a point where the rocks form a rugged impasse. This is where the spectacular Woolshed Falls flow, but remember the falls only run after heavy rain. At other times, when the falls are dry or even just a dribble, it’s still a delightful sight with tiny orchids growing in the rock crevices, and moss and lichen creating an impressive array of colourful patterns.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


  • 2 campers sitting next to a fire pit barbecue behind their tent. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE

    Woolshed Flat campground

    Great for bushwalking and birdwatching, Woolshed Flat campground in Cocoparra National Park is a peaceful place for picnicking among shady trees and resident kangaroos.

  • Grey ironbark trees in Ironbark picnic area, Cocoparra National Park. Photo credit: John Spencer © DCCEEW

    Ironbark picnic area: Cocoparra National Park

    Ironbark picnic area is on Ironbark Trail near Woolshed Flat campground in Cocoparra National Park. It’s a great spot to bring lunch, enjoy the peaceful surroundings and see woodland birds and grey kangaroos.

  • The Pines picnic area, Cocoparra National Park. Photo: John Spencer

    The Pines picnic area

    Relax at The Pines picnic area in Cocoparra National Park where you can have a barbecue, surrounded by white cypress pine and woodland birds, before taking one of Cocoparra’s beautiful bushwalks.


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