Tully Falls National Park
Tully Falls National Park
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Metis gal
Chilliwack, Canada274 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2022
We went to check out the Falls since we were in the area. As I have some mobility issues I only went part way down the track while my daughter went all the way.
The road in here was less than ideal, very narrow and windy and one should be aware of animals on or near the road at any turn.

The lookout would have been more interesting had it not been so misty. I was thankful my daughter was able to make it to the falls and get a picture of how lovely they are. (*Family - adult)
Written 13 May 2022
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bobjanh
Brisbane, Australia2,320 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020 • Couples
About an hours drive from Ravenshoe on Tully Falls Road, this is a mostly sealed but narrow roadway travelling through picturesque countryside and forest areas to get to Tully Falls lookout. This is worthwhile in itself but there is a further walk that provides access to the top of the falls, where with a bit of boulder hopping you can get quite close to the drop itself. A good walk with spectacular scenery at the river.
Written 14 September 2021
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WorldTravla7
Cairns, Australia8,610 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2021 • Friends
The drive to Tully Falls lookout from Ravenshoe through Jurassic Park like rainforest is long and snakey (circa 20km) but immensely pretty. On the way there are several trails you can do including access to the Misty Mountains trails and the Wabunga Wayemba rainforest trail which I did on the way back.

Once you get to the lookout do the 1.3km river walk and then rock hop for a few hundred metres to get truly spectacular views of Tully Gorge with rock formations & vegetation like something from Avatar (in keeping with the movie theme). Here is where you will find several rock pools & infinity pools overlooking the gorge which have become well known through Instagram but are not well marked or easy to get to.

As you look out into the expansive space before you you will feel small & in awe of nature. My friend and I were super glad we took the long but rewarding trip out here.
Written 11 September 2021
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CodyMav
Gold Coast, Australia27,287 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2020
The road from Ravenshoe to the Tully Gorge Lookout & Tully Falls carpark is quite long, but fully sealed, and an amazing drive all on its own.

Its part of the "Misty Mountains" and lived up to its name, driving through lush green forestry in a fog.

At the end of teh road, there is a short direct section to then park for access to a nice lokout and a walking path to whats left of Tully Falls
Written 15 August 2020
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Nicole M
Hornsby, Australia580 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2020 • Solo
The road here was long! It’s a very narrow road so go slow.
The view of the gorge was phenomenal! Tully falls had no water which was a shame. The falls happen now when the dam overflows. You can see the water above where the falls would normally have been. There is a waking track that is 1.3km return. It starts at a waterfall and small bridge.
Very pretty and peaceful
Written 30 May 2020
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bckpckrau
Melbourne, Australia301 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Couples
Tully Falls used to be one of the most spectacular in Australia until the Qld government dammed the river for a hydro scheme leaving a barren gorge and a dry waterfall. It runs in the wet but in the dry it is a waste of time. Worse, the road from Ravenshoe is 30kms of single lane winding (sealed) track that results in many near miss nead on accidents. At the gorge lookout you can walk 1.5kms down to the pool at the top of the falls and see just as little as the track ends nowhere near the falls edge and so there is nothing to see here either. Honestly, this is the biggest non event in the tablelands and one to avoid.

There really should be a sign 30kms back in town saying that the falls are dry in Winter to save people the trouble. Go to beautiful Millstream falls instead!

Note, this is not the same as the Tully Gorge road that comes almost to the same place but from Tully, instead of Ravenshoe.
Written 10 August 2018
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B d A
Athens, Greece977 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2018 • Friends
Cassowaries crossing the 26 km. road undulating through the forest. It leads to an outlook and a short walk to the edge of the lake, again with 'flotillas' reminding of Claude Monet's 1840-1926 Giverny masterpieces. The light of the potent sun streaming through the canopied road can by thrilling and blinding. The vista of the gorge from a distance is extraordinary. Birds humming. Few pedestriand on that July afternoon. Beware of vehicles coming in the opposite direction. Stop and allow.
Written 25 July 2018
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