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My wife and I spent a few hours here visiting the Waterfall and walking the historic area where Australian Soldiers trained and rehabilitated during the 2nd World War. Yes, one needs to use one’s imagination to appreciate what’s conditions where like but they really were...More
A great waterfall to visit! Easy access pathway down and up, I think it was all ramp style no steps from memory so could take a pram or wheelchair down. Beautiful falls, even had rainbow through it! Walked the WW2 training path too, which had...More
What a fantastic sight, 350 meter walk on sealed pavement easy going. Even though the falls are not at full capacity they are still beautiful. Shame the road in is VERY AVERAGE lots if pot holes but take it easy
Dubbed as the widest waterfall in Australia, it lives to its name. Access by dirt/ gravel road. So a high/ 4x4 is recommended. Ample car parking at the end of the road. The walk to the viewing area is about 300 meters. Nice paved road....More
There are two beautiful waterfalls in this national park. The main attraction is Millstream Falls, which is Australia's widest single-drop waterfall. Little Millstream Falls is less impressive, perhaps, but prettier in my opinion -- with, unfortunately, a major road near enough that traffic noise is...More
We visited after the recent rain and the falls where flowing. The walk is bitumened to the look out and a slight grade down and up, if you go steady quite easy to walk. Path is well maintained and wide. The view from the lookout...More
An unsoild road of 2 km end in a parking lot. A good path of 400m is going to a viewing point. We did visit in October where most waterfalls are not on their best. But this one was still nice to see. Note that...More
A short drive from town on the Highway going North and accessed by a short dirt side road with facilities and info signboards. The walk down to view the Falls is very easy and sealed the whole way. Given the drought conditions we were pleasantly...More
Just outside Ravenshoe you turn down a dirt trail (which I did in my little hatchback). The falls are a short distance from the car park down a sealed path.
There is also a walking track along an old WWII site which is interesting