Waterfall Way Sustainable Tourism

Travel responsibly. Travel the Waterfall Way.

There’s a special place in the north of New South Wales, Australia. It’s called Waterfall Way. From Coffs Harbour to Bellingen. Through to New England Tablelands. Right down to Armidale and Uralla. Waterfall Way is a region over 200 kilometres. The stretch of road is one of the most scenic drives in Australia.


Accommodation and things to do and see

Here, you’ll find Waterfall Way destinations and learn all about Waterfall Way tourism including accommodation throughout the waterfall way as well as a multitude of activities including:

  • bird watching
  • visiting Aboriginal sites
  • Hiking/bush walking
  • Bike riding
  • Surfing
  • Whale watching
  • Fishing
  • There are also lots of activities for family groups

Eco Tourism Australia

Travelling the Waterfall Way means you support sustainable tourism. You’ll experience what eco travel is all about. Whether you walk the rainforests, watch the exciting diversity of bird species or visit sacred Aboriginal sites – You can do your part to preserve the beauty, nature and culture you see. You can help protect our environment and reduce carbon emissions by taking public transport, walking, cycling or kayaking. Choose environmentally friendly accommodation.

Travel responsibly. Travel the Waterfall Way.