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Absolutely beautiful falls to visit! It was a little hard to find, due to no signage. You'll find Henrietta Creek camp ground, and about 150 meters from the camp ground, you will see a small sign to the walking track to Nandroya Falls. We went...More
Today we tortured two seven year olds and one 14 year old by extracting them from their ipads and hiking to Nandroya Falls. It was raining slightly so was slippery but we did the round trip in abt two hours, including time for swimming. Fabulous...More
We are locals, so have done this walk a number of times over the years. It is a beautiful set of falls - don't rush the walk. Walk all around the area, including onto the lower part of the falls - beautiful from whichever angle...More
Enjoyed the bush walk to see this waterfall the highest in Australia, there are several smaller falls along the way and wonderful native trees and some plants in flower, pity the wid pigs have dug up sections of the park its a mild walk to...More
We stopped here after a tip off from a local that it is a must see. We were absolutely amazed at the experience. the 2.4 km walk to the falls from the carpark was a easy walk if you are fit and nimble. The scenery...More
The walk was moderate to strenuous if you take the longer track(4km). Took us about an hour and we passed a few other little waterfalls which were very pretty (make sure you wear good footwear). The other track which is just under 2km and is...More
I am very surprised that this waterfall is not more well-known, with only a small sign marking the falls from the highway. The falls are amazing, dropping about 50 metres over two drops, with the upper tier being perfect for a swim.
The walk in...More
Another FNQ beauty. This waterfall (one of numerous in the Cairns/Innisfail/Millaa Millaa area) is a bit of the main tourist radar, but it’s a corker. Head toward Millaa Millaa from Innisfail along the Palmerston Highway and the falls are about halfway between the two. The...More
Excellent Visitor Information Centre, the staff were very helpful and knowledgeable. Free Wi-Fi and charging station available for travelers which we were very thankful for. A great selection of locally made products and souvenirs in the gift shop.