Curracurrong Falls in Royal National Park is the only waterfall in Sydney that empties directly into the ocean. In fact, it is one of only three such waterfalls in Australia. Fed by Curracurrong Creek, the waterfall drops 82 meters from the top of the escarpment to the churning surf below. You can reach Curracurrong Falls by a 2-hr hike either from Garie Beach or from Wattamolla. Garie Beach hike involves a steep ascent to the headland, so it is considered a hard track. The track from Wattamolla is gentler because the ascent is distributed over a larger area. Both walks give you spectacular views of the coastline and the Pacific Ocean. The falls are located near Eagle Rock – a well-known landmark along the coast of Royal National Park.