Located in the northern section of Morton National Park, the Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre is a vibrant National Parks and Wildlife Service Centre designed on Eco-Tourism principles, providing information on walks, camping, educational tours, wildlife displays and much more. This award-winning visitor centre is the starting point for parks on the South Coast and in the Southern Highlands.
Timber boardwalks, spectacular lookouts over sandstone escarpment with waterfalls cascading into rainforest valleys below are the special features of this centre. There are 15 lookouts to view the falls, 6km of constructed walking tracks with interpretive signs and environmental and cultural heritage displays.
You’ll find a shop with souvenirs, maps, postcards, brochures and local craft. An education room has interactive displays for children and an exhibition on plants and animals of the region.
Parking Fee $4.00 per vehicle.
NPWS Visitor Centre Picnic Area
2 Electric BBQ facilities.
9 Picnic Huts with tables and benches
The Falls Café is closed for renovations till further notice but, there’s disabled access, picnic and barbecue areas and walks ranging from 10 minutes to 3 hours.
Disabled facilities and disabled access.