Belmore Falls, located within the heart of the Southern Highlands of New South Wales is one of the most epic waterfalls in the state. The falls feature a powerful central column of water which plunges over 130 metres into the pool below, which then continues to cascade down into another dramatic drop into the valley below.
The actual location is within the area of Robertson, around an hour and forty minutes drive south of Sydney. The hike down to the base can defiantly be a challenge one, especially if the weather hasn't been great. The track isn't maintained at all and is actually closed off from the main lookout and carpark, you'll need to hop a fence around 50 metres from one of the smaller lookouts facing out towards Kangaroo Valley. It takes around 20-30 minutes to walk down to the base, definitely be sure to take it easy in the rain or when its muddy as the track can get pretty gnarly as well as hard to see. But I assure you its worth the effort, you wont be disappointed!