The two falls are scenes of beauty, and in winter time are sometimes frozen, making a beautiful spectacle as they hang in huge icicles. The water from the Ebor eventually finds an outlet in the Clarence River.
In , local historian Eric Fahey also wrote: The area has a lot to offer, both in peerless scenery and because of the native fauna which can be seen in large numbers in their natural state.
Wagyu beef specialists Stone Axe have a large holding, "Glen Alvie", on the northern boundary of the village. Trout are another local product.
The Dutton Trout Hatchery on Point Lookout Road was established in and is one of the largest hatcheries in the state. Visitors can see the various stages of trout development prior to their release in the mountain streams.
There are two short walks close to the village. One takes walkers through the 40 hectares 99 acres recreation reserve.
This walk follows the Guy Fawkes River upstream for about half of the walk. Some bird life can be seen. The second walk is accessed by crossing the Guy Fawkes River bridge,  and following the pedestrian path which winds downstream under the bridge.
Wallabies, kangaroos, bird life and fire-flies can be seen depending on the season. Platypus have also been sighted in August the pool above the falls.
The Ebor Falls area is sometimes used for rock climbing , and is described as "holding a rather special place in the History of New England climbing".
Ebor has a noted problem with speeding vehicles. Traffic noise is also a problem. Ebor has a number of cultural heritage sites, including several Aboriginal meeting places ,  and massacre sites.
Bred, trained and raced in Yorkshire , Ebor was lightly campaigned, running only six times in a three-year racing career which was confined to the meetings at York and Doncaster.
He won four times, one of these being a walkover. His St Leger win his only important success saw him upset the favourite Blacklock in a dramatic and controversial finish.
After his retirement he became a breeding stallion but died before he could make an impact at stud. Ebor was a bay horse with a white star and one white foot bred at Bedale in Yorkshire by Henry Peirse in whose white and straw colours he competed during his racing career.
Ebor was sired by the St Leger winner Orville , a successful staying racehorse who excelled over extreme distances.
Ebor did not race as a two-year-old, beginning his racing career at York Racecourse on 22 May Ebor did not race again until 22 September, when he was one of eighteen colts and fillies to contest the forty-second running of the St Leger Stakes at Doncaster Racecourse.
The Whitelock colt, ridden with great confidence by John Jackson, took the lead in the straight and seemed poised to win very easily.
In the closing stages, Jackson, who had boasted that he would win the race in a canter , began to ease the favourite down, apparently unaware that Bob Johnson was delivering a strong challenge on Ebor along the rail.
A year later, the Sporting Magazine recalled the contest for the St Leger as an "admirable race" but reported that Blacklock was almost universally regarded as the better horse and stated that his defeat had been due to "the inattention of his rider".