Treat your eyes and soul with some of the most beautiful wonders of nature, waterfalls. After a long sweaty trek, jumping into a serene waterfall is a bliss. There wonderful creation of nature when falling from above the sky making clouds when falling on ground is a sight to die for. Brace yourself as we introduce you to the best waterfalls in Queensland.
- Natural Bridge Springbrook National Park
Springbrook National Park is tucked right away in the Gold coast Hinterland. Spend some time in this picture perfect environment and get a chance to spot green catbirds, riflebirds, wompoo fruit-doves and rare species like tusked frog, koala, cascade tree frog and sooty owl. Also, witness glow worms in the serenity of night.
- Zoe Falls – Hinchinbrook Island
The environmental heaven for dugongs, turtles and many other marine creatures, Hinchinbrook Island is one of the most dramatic islands on the east coast of Australia. Zoe Falls, above Zoe Bay can be reached via a steep climb from beach past a few swimming holes. Though it is a little challenging to reach there, but it is worth all the efforts.
- Josephine Falls – Bartle Frere
The beautiful Josephine Falls fed by rains falling on Queensland’s highest peak , Bartle Frere is located in the most scenic part of Wooroonooran National Park. This is also a famous picnic spot which is only a 700 metres walk away from parking.
- Barron Falls – Cairns
Amidst rugged mountains, ravines, rainforests and rich wildlife of Queensland’s most popular national park exists this angry yet beautiful Barron Falls. Hear the water roar as it falls from the height, treat your eyes with the rainbow. Get the great views from Skyrail Rainforest cable from one side and Kuranda Railway from another.
- Mena Creek Falls – Innisfail
Hailing amidst lush gardens of Paronella Park, lies the Mena Creek Falls telling tales of Tropical North Queensland’s own parties. Also rated as Queensland’s must to do attraction this beautiful falls tells the spanish love story behind the man-made triumph.
- Wallaman Falls – Girringun National Park
Wallaman Falls also known as Australia’s tallest permanent waterfall which is capable of leaving you in awe when standing in front of it. Tucked in Girringun National Park, this fall stands at a height of 268 metres. This waterfall flows all year round however, it is fullest from November to April.
- Millaa Millaa – Atherton Tablelands
Located at the waterfalls circuit surrounded by lush rainforests lies Millaa Millaa. The falls gather in a waterhole where you can enjoy swimming in the cold, refreshing water right in the nature’s lap. There is also a grassy picnic spot where you can sit and enjoy the beauty.
- Cedar Creek Falls – Mt. Tamborine
Cedar Creek Falls is situated between Airlie Beach and Saltwater Creek Road. Enjoy the majestic trees, waterfalls, flora and fauna in this wetland where this 15-20 metres beauty forms rock pools at the base of the fall making it perfect for a swim.
- Queen Mary Falls
Located in Main Range National Park, Queen Mary Falls is just 2 hours drive from Brisbane. This waterfall is 40 metres descent into the basalt gorge below and is surrounded by lush green rainforest and makes a perfect picnic spot.
- Mt, Coot-tha
This amazing falls is not too far from Brisbane. This fall is capable enough to catch the rainwater though not too high, it is 287 metres above sea level. This falls makes a great picnic spot and is at its best right after rains.