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Behana Gorge Waterfall

Behana Gorge Rd, Cairns, Queensland 4870, Australia
+61 427 820 993
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Behana Gorge Rd, Cairns, Queensland 4870, Australia
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+61 427 820 993
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Gorgeous natural pools and theres an spot where you can jump in the water from more than 15m high! We saw eels, yabis and lots of fish. Really cold water but breathing there help your lungs.

Thank Pablo L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We had a hire car so we drove from Port Douglas about 80ks, worth the drive, it's a good walk up the to the falls, no special gear required if you have young children take a pram or something they can ride in the last...More

1  Thank Phil A
Reviewed August 4, 2017

This was an easy hike - all paved trail, with some up and down, but no problem if you are used to walking a little. We didn't want to spend the money on a guided tour so we did it on our own without any...More

1  Thank Agnes D
Reviewed July 12, 2017

Just after Gordonvale you find the small sign pointing right to Behana Creek. Need to follow for few minutes till the end of the road (small carpark). Follow the water pipe along the concrete path past gate. Be prepared that it will take around 30mto...More

2  Thank mirek82
Reviewed July 7, 2017

Small swimming hole and not easily accessed. Once you have completed a 3km walk you have to climb down a rocky slope to access the water hole. This swimming hole would not cater for the elderly or small children. Extremely long walk! Pack a picnic...More

Thank CLGoldie
Reviewed July 4, 2017

Behana is absolutely gorgeous and worth the 3km uphill hike to get there! We made the mistake of wearing thongs as we didnt think the walk was long but definitely regretted that by the end. Water is beautiful, crystal clear and great for a swim

Thank teganb29
Reviewed June 14, 2017

I am quite unfit, so it is a bit of a tough walk for me - some of the hills are pretty steep (to me), but the views along the way are quite beautiful, and the path is wide and well-kept. A good walk in...More

Thank misslisrocks
Reviewed June 1, 2017

Great place. A good hard uphill walk made worthwhile by the waterfalls and pools at the top! The water is crystal clear, but freezing cold in late May, nut definitely recommend a swim.

Thank suggs1965
Reviewed May 3, 2017

The walk up to the gorge is pleasant and when you get there it is a good place to relax, have the picnic and cool down

Thank 228Kevin
Reviewed April 22, 2017 via mobile

Absolutely stunning waterfall and lots of areas to swim (not suitable for young children). It is a steep walk, and well worth the refreshing water at the end. Great photo opportunity, and an asset to the FNQ region. Simply stunning!

Thank VeronicaHollands
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Kellyallen14
July 25, 2015|
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Response from Nicola B |
The path is full of hills and when you get to the gorge there isn't a very smooth path for a pram, pouch would be best
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