Great little spot. Unlike older reviews here with people camping right beside the waterfall, the council have installed barriers to prevent degradation of the land right beside the waterfall. In saying that the camp ground is right next to the bollards and there's heaps of space for many cars. I went and only 2 other cars were there and we could barely see them let alone hear them. The toilets are proper flushing toilets that are in better condition than that I expected. The hikes in the area aren't maintained, super overgrown and one track is blocked by a landslide. But walk up the road and see the farms between the pine and eucalyptus plantations and you'll love the scenery. Bring your own water. No phone reception there. Definitely would go back.