I’d seen Belmore Falls on Instagram, and was surprised I hadn’t visited them before, because they are a very attractive two tier waterfall. The walk to see them is very short (1.8km return), and in fact we visited with my 81 year old mother-in-law in tow, and did an even shorter walk than that described on the NPWS site (just a couple of hundred metres from the car park probably). They are well worth the visit if you are in the area (Robertson in the NSW Southern Highlands), and were particular good when we visited, as there had been heavy rainfall in the preceding few days.
More information on the NPWS website. The pictures below are just of the falls, and not the view of Kangaroo Valley, which we didn’t visit. Note that in times of drought there may not even be water in the second tier falls, so perhaps wait for rain before visiting.
Belmore Falls Walking Track: The Scenery