Top waterfalls to visit this weekend!

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With only a few weeks left of summer now is your time to make the most of the sunshine and enjoy nature.  So why not plan a little outback adventure in the form of a bush walk to visit one these amazing waterfalls this weekend?

Waterfall Collins Beach

NSW

Minnehaha Falls


Located in the beautiful Blue Mountains, not only is there a stunning waterfall but also a swimmable lagoon, which is perfect for a refreshing dip to cool down post walk. Definitely worth the hike!

Collins Beach Waterfall

This secluded gem in Manly only accessible by foot or boat, and boasts views of Sydney Harbour. Perfect for a picnic.

Pictured: Collins Beach via sydneyforeveryone.com.au

Waterfalls Clayton Falls

VIC

MacKenzie Falls 

MacKenzie Falls is one of the largest and most majestic waterfalls in Victoria, so it’s no surprise it makes our list!

Pictured: MacKenzie Falls Trail via wildearth-adventures.com

Erskine Falls 

For an all-day adventure, pack your swimmers, a picnic and head to this scenic spot, which is nestled along the Great Ocean Road.

Lesmurdie Waterfall

WA

Lesmurdie Falls National Park 

Only a half hour’s drive east of Perth is Lesmurdie Falls National Park. Think hiking trails, abundant flora and sweeping views of the city.

Picture credit: dinosandfairies.com

Waterfalls Milla

QLD

Zoe Falls

Found on Hinchinbrook Island, this picturesque waterfall and rock pools are a must do! Get there either by hiking or kayaking along the coast.

Millaa Millaa Falls

Surrounded by lush vegetation, this waterfall is only a short drive from Cairns making it a great destination for a fun day trip.

Picture credit: John Kirk via iStock

Russel Falls

TAS

Russell Falls 

Nestled in the Mt. Field National Park, Russell Falls is a stunning tiered waterfall. It’s also framed by a beautiful rainforest that includes some of the world’s tallest trees.

Picture credit: keiichihiki via iStock