Hidden in Upper Kangaroo Valley – two-and-a-half hours away from the CBD – awaits Gerringong Falls.
The trail begins at Budderoo off Jamberoo Mountain Road and it takes 50 minutes to hike north to reach the falls.
The remarkable sight has become increasingly popular among hikers. However, despite the beauty it’s said to be challenging to reach and isn’t for the faint-hearted.
The massive waterfall streams down from a river above beside towering cliffs and it’s recommended to take rope at least five metres of rope to reach the depths below.
Travellers Cat Smith and Joe Bird have visited the waterfall before and warned there’s no official signs telling people how to get to the bottom.
‘You’ll need to be comfortable negotiating a rough track for approximately 1km,’ a blog post read.
‘Whilst there are short patches of easy level track, the majority is rocky and there is plenty of loose leaf litter which can be slippery.’
The hike is a 17km round trip and can be challenging for beginners. It’s best to allocate at least six hours to go and see the falls.
But once you reach the below, you’re surrounded by a tranquil nature.
Sydneysiders also in the know are visiting a stunning hidden beach with crystal clear waters as the weather starts to warm up.
Yarra Bay lies in Phillip Bay, just 7km south of Sydney’s city centre and is drawing in fans thanks to its spectacular shell-strewn shore and crystal clear water.
While parts of the dreamy beach can get busy on a hot day many visitors say there are secret secluded nooks and inlets the crowds don’t know about.
The quiet beach is ideal for families and swimmers to take a refreshing dip in the cooling and calm turquoise waters.
Some say they have been visiting Yarra Bay since their childhood while others have only just discovered the Sydney secret.