Time Out says
Fitzroy Falls is one of the most accessible waterfalls in the Southern Highlands – and it’s also one of the most impressive water cascades in the area. Found about 20 minutes from Bowral at the top of the descent to Kangaroo Valley, Fitzroy Falls has a large visitors centre, car park and café on site, which makes it a popular pitstop for tourists to the area. The main attraction – the elevated walkway that sits to the top-right of the waterfall (so close you can feel the mist) – is fully accessible for wheelchairs, and very close to the car park if you’re travelling with kids and need to be in-and-out of the park quickly. Got time to spare? Take one of the walking tracks through Morton National Park and you’ll find yourself walking over less fierce, but equally impressive drops and falls as you climb and descend through seven kilometres of bushland. The East Rim walk includes eight lookout points and three smaller waterfalls to find and photograph.