The heart of the northern beaches
The Falls is set admist the beautiful Oxford Falls Valley, giving you a touch of the country only 19km from the Sydney CBD and in the heart of the Northern Beaches.
The Falls is unique for its location and natural surrounds including much bird life and wild life that come and visit.
Oxford Falls is one of the last semi-rural areas of the Northern Beaches of Sydney. It is close to beaches, shopping, public transport and popular Sydney tourist attractions.
Part of the traditional lands of the Guringai Aboriginal people, the suburb of Oxford Falls north of Sydney was formed out of a land grant made to Alexander Bowen and takes its name from a set of waterfalls at Middle Creek. Once a farming district, Oxford Falls has remained semi-rural with the suburb surrounded by national park land.
The Oxford Falls are two waterfalls on Middle Creek, which flows north to meet Oxford Creek. Meandering Creek flows into Middle Creek. Wheeler Creek forms part of the border with Cromer. Garigal National Park borders the suburb, to the north.
Oxford Falls still has the original historic one-room school, now turned into a Peace Park, located 500m from The Falls.
Kevin & Glenys Collins built The Falls in 1985.