Belmore Falls, Robertson

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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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  • First time, we went to visit Carrington falls and came up with Belmore. This is located at the middle of forest, 9km out of Robertson village. The road starts from Robertson and for the last 3km is un...  more »
  • An easy drive down Belmore Falls Road to the cascading Belmore Falls waterfall. A circular one way road and a small picnic area are near the path down to the lookout. after heavy rains the show is spe...  more »
  • An amazing place. We drove to the car park just past the lookout and walked down to the Belmore Falls lookout. An amazing view across the valley of two beautiful waterfalls and a pool in between. Drov...  more »
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  • Dangerous walk down. But lovely location. Bit crowded though now...The power of social media.
  • Beautiful place, gorgeous trip through the blue mountains. Breathtaking views. Unfortunately the waterfall was a bit dry
  • Nice view from the top of the waterfall.. The water flows over the street, but you can drive over it.
  • The hidden track to the bottom of Belmore Falls starts at Hindmarsh Lookout carpark and is approximately 30mins one way. It's an old track that has been closed off so be cautious and enter at your own risk. It can get really slippery during rainfall and wet seasons. To find the hidden track, park at Hindmarsh Lookout carpark. There you'll find two picnic tables and a track 45 degrees to your right that leads to a fence. Walk 10m down the fence until you find yourself standing on a flat rock. On your right, you'll see a clearing. This is the start of the track.
  • This fall is awesome and tall. Get on top of it and take photos of your feet or lay down with looking over the ledge. There is pool underneath. Try to get there could be via caving