Wentworth Falls


Wentworth Falls is home to the biggest waterfall in the Blue Mountains with the first drop being 110 metres and the second 48 metres, it was named after William Charles Wentworth, one of the three European explorers who crossed the mountains.

Visit the quaint village or take a stroll along the shore of Wentworth Falls Lake, which was originally created to provide water for steam trains. The lake offers a great picnic spot and children’s playground.

Current bushwalks available at Wentworth Falls vary from 30 minute to two hour circuit offering great views of the Jamison Valley and the surrounding cliffs.

The Conservation Hut Cafe offers fantastic views over the valley and casual daytime dining.

Quick Facts

Wentworth Falls is a suburb of Blue Mountains in New South Wales. It is located approximately 79kms from the capital Sydney covering an area of 21.036 square kilometres. Wentworth Falls has a recorded population of 6076 residents and is within the Australian Eastern Daylight Time zone Australia/Sydney.

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