Located just outside of the Ebor village, the falls are a 115m drop formed by a columned basalt rock. It is a great spot for a picnic, with stunning views of the Guy Fawkes River and Gorge. There are toilets, barbecue facilities and running water with three viewing platforms. Make sure you spend some time exploring, so as not to miss the best outlook.
Point Lookout is the highest elevation in the region; at 1,564m above sea level. It has spectacular views of the escarpment and New England National Park. On a clear day, you can see the Pacific Ocean, which is over 60km away. There are toilets and barbecue facilities.
Beech Lookout offers views of the Cunnawarra National Park. It looks over ancient Antarctic beech rainforest, including the tallest eucalypts in Australia. Wildlife is abundant, with such characters as kangaroos, possums, spotted-tail quoll, lyre birds, black glossy cockatoos and kookaburras.
Wollomombi Falls drop into the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park. It is a huge, awe-inspiring gorge and the highest waterfall in NSW. After heavy rain the waterfall cascades 220m over the dramatic cliffs and the massive gorge fills with mist and the occasional rainbow.