It's a 3klm gravel road, and then a 40 minute return walk to these falls, the longest walk to the 3 falls in this region.
But it's worth it, and these are the most impressive falls in the area.
Most of the walk is flat, shaded, and follows the stream, with one crossing over a solid bridge. It's as lovely walk, even before you reach the falls.
But after the first glimpse there's a fairly steep walk to the main lookout, and, if you want to get up close, you need to then climb a small rockface, with no obvious steps or handholds.Many people had done this, some with small kids in tow, but many others stayed at the lookout, and a few gave up before the steep section of the path.
There's a decent sized car park at the start of the track, with toilets, and at the turnoff from the main road is the very good Whistling Frog Cafe.