Blue Mountains waterfalls

Blue mountains

Blue mountains

Upper Blue Mountains is the world of waterfalls and misty forests. Blue Mountains’ most impressive waterfall – Wentworth Falls plunges 297 meters over the upper and lower falls into a pool on the bottom of the Valley of the Waters.

Wentworth falls upper and lower falls

Wentworth falls upper and lower falls

Wentwoth falls upper falls

Wentwoth falls upper falls

Wentworth falls on a rainy morning

Wentworth falls on a rainy morning

Wentworth falls upper falls

Wentworth falls upper falls

Cascades at the top of Wentworth falls

Cascades at the top of Wentworth falls

Jameson creek at the top of Wentworth falls

Jameson creek at the top of Wentworth falls

Cascades at the mid tier of Wentworth falls

Cascades at the mid tier of Wentworth falls

Cascades at the mid tier of Wentworth falls

Cascades at the mid tier of Wentworth falls

Small waterfall at the Valley of the Waters

Small waterfall at the Valley of the Waters

Water running over rocks in the Valley of the Waters

Water running over rocks in the Valley of the Waters

 

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