This short walk to the falls begins at the Olinda Falls picnic ground car park then follows a well-marked track to the upper and lower falls viewing platforms.
There are picnic tables, running water and toilets (although these were being upgraded at the time of our visit Autumn 2019).
For a longer walk try this route which can incorporate the Cascade Track as featured at The Bushwalking Blog.
DOGS are not allowed.
It's just 340 metres from the car park area to the tracks to the Upper and Lower falls. Follow the Falls Track.
Logging ceased in 1968 thankfully leaving us and native birds and animals with remnant Mountain Ash forest to explore and appreciate. Other species include Messmate Stringybark and Peppermint gums.
You'll find a couple of track junctions as you near the end of the Falls track but continue until you see these signs pointing to the Upper and Lower falls. We headed to the Upper Falls first.
Just a few stairs down to view the falls from the Upper platform.
The path down to the Lower Falls viewing area is made up of quite a lot of stairs so while this is a short walk some fitness is required.
Best viewed after rainfall the Olinda Falls - while small - are quite lovely.
Mind your step and keep to the bridges, especially after rain.