Sylvia Falls

by Herbert

First of all, thank you very much for this great site!

Part of the Wentworth Falls - at the very end of the round track.
I would say this waterfall is about 15m tall

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Sep 22, 2012
Location, Location, Location
by: Peter Hill

Whilst you have correctly named these falls (Sylvia Falls), they are not part of Wentworth Falls. The latter is on a completely river in a different valley. Sylvia Falls are on the The Valley of The Waters Creek. They are below Empress Falls, and above Lodore Falls, Red Rock Falls, Flat Rock Falls, Britannia Falls, and way down in the valley - Vera Falls. There is a track junction at Lodore Falls, and taking the eastern track will lead you to a LONG walk around to the next valley and the middle section of Wentworth Falls. Continuing down The Valley of The Waters there is another junction below Britannia Falls. Again, the eastern track will lead you on another LONG walk, this time to the base of Wentworth Falls. People get confused because The Valley of the Waters AND Wentworth Falls are accessed via the township called ... Wentworth Falls.

Apr 01, 2010
by: Ian Smith

I've always wondered about going further down. Only done the National Pass track so I was very interested to see you pic. Thanks for sharing.

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