The Ófærufossar are two waterfalls in Iceland. You are in the fire column Eldgjá on the southern slopes of the Icelandic highlands. From the car park at the end of the access road to reach them in a half-hour hike.

The falls are formed from the River North Ari - Ófærá, a tributary of the Skaftá. In the past, a natural basalt stone bridge spanned over the lower of the two waterfalls. This collapsed as a result of snowmelt in the winter of 1992 /1993.