Potoroo Falls walking track
From the picnic area, follow Potoroo Falls walk approximately one kilometre upstream along Little Run Creek to the tranquil, scenic waterfall and swimming hole.
At the start of the track, you’ll spot the largest recorded watergum in New South Wales, not to mention many species of rainforest trees and interesting plant life and wildlife along the way.
As the route follows the creek, it involves some rock-hopping, so be prepared for wet feet and a bit of splashing. Don’t forget to take your swimming gear for a dip at the beautiful swimming hole – it’s the perfect place for cooling down when the weather is hot.
Potoroo Falls picnic area
Located on Little Run Creek, Potoroo picnic area is an ideal, scenic spot for lunch. Sheltered tables, wood barbecues, and toilets are all provided to make things easy and relaxing, so you can sit back and soak in the views or wander along the creek looking for platypus.
The spectacular Potoroo Falls lies approximately 1km upstream from the picnic area and is well worth the effort for a lovely stroll through the rainforest with a swim in the waterfall pool at the end.
What did others have to say?
5 months ago
Very nice, cold water beware, sometimes hard to climb and navigate to the waterfall but worth it
7 months ago
Beautiful place go c it now
2 years ago
great spot for a picnic by the river - only a short 10 minute walk to the falls
2 years ago
It was beautiful but way too crowded, otherwise would've given it 5
a year ago
Nice place, water is cold view is spectacular