We drive the Waterfall Way up to Dorrigo, NSW high up in the Great Dividing Range. We follow the Bellinger Valley, this is a lush area the river, the dark blue of the sharp imposing mountains behind and stands of tall palms in the paddocks. Cows, up to their ankles in grass chew contentedly. As we climb higher there are macadamia orchards. The last time we were in this area we were looking for the free camp at Thora. It appears that we gave up only a few hundred metres short of our goal, as today we find the camp and the little store beside it. It is a good camp spot. The Waterfall Way is stunning and climbs quite steeply. The road crosses two waterfalls and there is a small one named ‘Weeping Jenny’. Up on the plateau, Dorrigo is nestled in the hills. We find the house where our sister in law lived as a child and a little further down the same road we cross an innocent gurgling creek. The creek soon becomes the striking Dangar Falls where it plunges over a 30 metre precipice.