Wentworth Falls Lake

Wentworth Falls Lake was originally created by the damming of Jamison Creek to supply water for the steam railway. The Lake is now home to native and introduced waterfowl, native fish such as Gudgeons, and water bugs including freshwater crayfish, freshwater shrimp and dragonfly nymphs. It is also a popular picnic spot, with barbeque facilities and children’s play equipment. A one kilometre walk beside the Lake is easy grade and takes about 30 minutes.

Using locally quarried stone a group of local sculptors have created sandstone sculptures featuring the seed pods of plants native to the lake and each sculpture has been positioned close to the living plant that it relates to making exploration of the lake foreshore come to life.

Nearby events

  1. bentART

    Tuesday 14 May 2019 , Wentworth Falls

    bentART was established in the Blue Mountains in 2005 to celebrate works in the visual arts of Australian Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) artists. Each year over the June long weekend, the annual four day bentART exhibition…

    14 May
  2. The Annual Blue Mountains Elvis Festival

    Thursday 15 August 2019 to Sunday 18 August 2019 , Wentworth Falls

    The Blue Mountains Elvis Festival's main venues this year are the Wentworth Falls Country Club and the Palais Royale Hotel, Katoomba, with additional shows at the Family Hotel and other venues in and around Katoomba. The Festival includes…

    15 Aug - 18 Aug