Ebor Falls upgrade official opening this weekend

Ebor Falls
30th Apr 2024

Ebor Falls will welcome back visitors on Saturday May 4th, as the visitor precinct officially re-opens after a $5.5 million upgrade.
Visitors and locals are invited to attend the re-opening celebration to take in the incredible amount of work that has been done to make the area in Guy Fawkes River National Park more accessible and spectacular.
Ebor Falls is visited by around 140,000 people each year and is one of Australia’s most scenic multi-step waterfalls. The iconic natural attraction, nestled within Guy Fawkes River National Park, has received a transformative upgrade following significant damage caused by the 2019–20 bushfires.
The driving force behind this massive renovation was the desire to rebuild fire-impacted infrastructure in a way that made it accessible to as many people as possible, including those who have limited mobility.
The first stage of the project, the Upper Falls precinct, was fast-tracked to ensure it was open to the public in December 2023.
New wheelchair-accessible pathways have been constructed throughout the precinct, linking the viewing platforms with an expanded an upgraded car park.
The car park can now accommodate 25 vehicles, including two dedicated disabled parking bays, as well as designated spaces for caravans, trailers, and motorhomes.
The precinct’s visitor amenities have also been upgraded, with flushing toilets and three new picnic shelters equipped with gas barbecues available on site, providing a comfortable setting for families and friends to relax and enjoy the scenic surroundings.
Since completion of the Upper Falls stage, two new lookout platforms, picnic shelters and visitor amenities have been installed at the Lower Falls.
The grand re-opening of the visitor precinct will be held at Ebor Falls on Saturday May 4th, from 10am.
Refreshments will be provided, and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) staff will be on hand to talk about the area and tour the facilities. This is a free event. Please RSVP to npws.ntab@environment.nsw.gov.au