This walk is easy and takes you straight to the waterfall, starting off walk along service track, then this branches off to the right along a gravel road. Some of the track is raised bourd walk.
The walk is about a 15 min, but we took a few short detours along the way, as the river runs parallel with the track, there are small tracks which lead to river along the way.
The waterfall is beautiful with a viewing platform to take pictures. There are also lots of surrounding area to get creative for pictures. We again detoured off track to see if we could get a better view of falls but large trees and huge rocks and boulders seem to get in the way of falls.
The top of the falls has lots of small ponds of water with frogs and tadpoles, which kept Andy amused for a while. When quiet you can hear a lot of bird life, and the Australian native flowers and plants are everywhere along the track.
This is a beautiful and easy walk, the sign at car park also has a lot of other longer walks within the Dharawal Nature Reserve, also bike tracks which is on our list of things to do. This area was so quiet and going mid week we didn't see anyone at all which was really nice for a change.