There are lots of waterfalls on the Coffs Coast, thanks to the escarpment of the Great Dividing Range and good rainfall. Some, such as Dangar Falls near Dorrigo are drive-in, while others such as Bangalore Falls are reached by a short walk. And then there are those that need a long hike or canyoning experience.

Trails

Around the corner hides a suprise - a lovely waterfall on Oaky Creek
Explore side trips to lookouts, waterfalls and walks from the Forest Way as it climbs from the Hastings River valley to over 1000m at Werrikimbe
A 4WD journey on Carrai, Coachwood and Racecourse Trails to Mary's View and waterfalls
A walk on private property to view the Clarence River Gorge and waterfalls
A forest walk to cascades on Dandahra Creek, where Mulligan built a weir
Exploring different forest types, a stand of red cedar, cascades and a pool
A steep track leads to a lookout over the highest falls in Gibraltar Range National Park
Expansive wilderness lookouts, a waterfall, and open forest walking through the Fattening Paddock