Distance: 2.8Km return
Start Point: Beehive Falls Carpark, Roses Gap Rd
This walk is best done in late Winter or early Spring when the flowers in the Roses Gap area are in full bloom and the place looks idyllic. When we walked to the Falls in mid August there was an amazing display of white Thryptomene and yellow Wattle everywhere and their scent filled the air. Along the way there were beautiful views of tall sandstone cliffs which glowed red towards sunset.
The walk to the Falls was gently undulating until the section just before the Falls where there was a steep incline which would be harder for elderly people. For the average person though this would have to be classified as an easy walk.
Beehive Falls is a long drop waterfall which looks beautiful with various greenry growing on the impressive sandstone cliffs.