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Dorrigo

Discover Dorrigo

WATERFALLS | SWIMMING HOLES | WALKING TRACKS

Dangar Falls

Just north of Dorrigo amid the rolling farmland is Dangar Falls, a lovely waterfall with a drop of 30 metres. There is a viewing platform and a walking trail to the Bielsdown River at the bottom of the falls. You can walk or ride your bicycle from the town centre to the waterfall, next to a picnic area.

Red Cedar Falls

Just north of Dorrigo amid the rolling farmland is Dangar Falls, a lovely waterfall with a drop of 30 metres. There is a viewing platform and a walking trail to the Bielsdown River at the bottom of the falls. You can walk or ride your bicycle from the town centre to the waterfall, next to a picnic area.

Crystal Shower Falls

Just north of Dorrigo amid the rolling farmland is Dangar Falls, a lovely waterfall with a drop of 30 metres. There is a viewing platform and a walking trail to the Bielsdown River at the bottom of the falls. You can walk or ride your bicycle from the town centre to the waterfall, next to a picnic area.

Walking Tracks

We have numerous walking tracks located all around Dorrigo

Lyrebird Link track

Lyrebird link is an easy walking track in Dorrigo National Park near Coffs Harbour. It is a great spot for birdwatching and there are picnic and barbecue areas nearby.

Crystal Shower Falls walk

Walk through lush rainforest to reach Crystal Shower Falls in Dorrigo National Park near Coffs Harbour. Enjoy spectacular views from the rocky cavern behind the waterfall.

Blackbutt walking track

If you’re keen on bushwalking, the 6.4km Blackbutt walking track winds through lush rainforest, offering scenic views of Dorrigo National Park.

Walk with the Birds

Wind through the trees on wheelchair-accessible Walk with the Birds boardwalk and spot some of the 150 bird species found in Dorrigo National Park.

We have heaps more walking Tracks on offer Just visit our interactive map to find them all.

Swimming Holes

We have numerous swimming holes located all around Dorrigo

Dangar falls

these falls actually have two water holes! One down the bottom that is easily accessible through a long flight of stairs and another up the top. There is a picnic area and playground up the top of Dangar Falls meaning you can easily spend a good chunk of your day swimming

Never Never River

Within Glennifer nature reserve and the Tuckers Knob state forest, you’ll stumble across a series of magical swimming holes called The Promised Land, which is just as enchanting as it sounds

Coachwood Falls

Make tracks to Red Cedar Falls and you’ll discover a stunning swimming hole at close by. Part of the Never Never area of the Dorrigo National Park

Scouts Fall

If you’re willing to go for a bit of a drive, Scout Falls swimming holes is a must do if you’re searching for fresh waterholes. Located in Middle Creek, these falls are hidden within an unbelievably picturesque location in Sherwood Nature Reserve

We have heaps more Swimming holes on offer Just visit our interactive map to find them all.

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