The Govetts Leap Falls, also called the Bridal Veil Falls or simply Govetts Leap, is a bridal veil waterfall on the Govetts Leap Brook where it falls over Taylor Wall, located at Govetts Leap Lookout, approximately 2.4 kilometers east of Blackheath in the Blue Mountains region of New South Wales, Australia.
Govetts Leap Falls is situated overlooking the Grose Valley in the Blue Mountains National Park. The falls takes its name from William Romaine Govett, a Government Surveyor who discovered the falls in c. 1831.
The waterfall has a single drop of about 180 meters.
Above the falls there are public toilets, picnic tables and access to water. There is also a viewing platform and walking trails.