The Waterfall Way is a 160 kilometer long road between the coast in north western New South Wales and the town of Armidale. What is special about the way is that it leads through multiple national parks across the Great Dividing Range. The landscape is very different on both sides of the range. While dense temperate rainforests are growing on the eastern side, the top of the range is dominated by wild sub alpine landscapes and the jagged gorges in the west are covered by semi arid bush land. And every now and then there is a waterfall to explore – and thus the name.