Belmore Falls, Robertson
(5/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
The Belmore Falls is a plunge waterfall with three drops on the Barrengarry Creek in the Southern Highlands and Illawarra regions of New South Wales, Australia.Location and featuresLocated approximately south of the town of, the falls descend from the Illawarra escarpment at an elevation of above sea level into the northern end of Kangaroo Valley within the Morton National Park. Descending over three drops, the waterfalls range in height between 77- and are best viewed from the Hindmarsh Lookout, accessible via a short walk from a road heading south east from Burrawang.The falls were named after Somerset Lowry-Corry, 4th Earl Belmore the then-Governor of New South Wales.
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  • Nice weather and place for a 1.7km each way. Pleased to see different parrots and rosellas out in the wild! Highly recommended! See pics attached. 
  • Belmore Falls is accessed via a side street just east of the Robertson Inn. The 9 km drive begins on a bitumen road that winds its way south. The road becomes well-graded gravel after a few kilometres...  more »
  • bumpy unsealed road in but a lovely view of the falls from various points, could do with a sign post when you exit so you know whether to turn left or right to get back to Robertson. unsuitable to whe...  more »