Waterfall Wanderers travels south and discovers the majesty and beauty of north Queensland’s most iconic waterfalls.
Waterfall Wanderers begins discovering the majesty and splendour of North Queensland’s most spectacular waterfalls. A must-see for anyone seeking unspoilt rainforest, gushing waterfalls, breathtaking views of Queensland’s tallest peaks, and possibly a glimpse of rare and distinctive local fauna.
Second, you will be surprised by the mythology of the Babinda Boulders. A terrible love story steeped in Aboriginal history and a tragic love story that will chill you to the bone. Following that, a morning dip in the gorgeous rainforest and flowing crystal clear waters of Josephine Falls beckons. A natural waterslide awaits the adventurous, while the breathtaking scenery gives photo opportunities and wildlife viewing. Josephine Falls offers a once-in-a-lifetime chance to slide down a waterfall on a natural rockslide. Even the most grumpy traveler will grin when they see this.
Thirdly Continue on to Millaa Millaa Falls, Australia’s most recognisable waterfall. Qantas and Herbal Essence (hair shampoo) advertisements made it famous. This 18m single drop waterfall is located in the Wet Tropics World Heritage rainforest. We will take you to Australia’s largest timer pub for lunch. And fill up on some excellent old-fashioned rural food. It’s then back into the waterfalls.
Mount Hypipamee, the Crater, and Dinner Falls, oh wow, three fantastic things in one place! You can take a bushwalk, swim behind a waterfall, and look into an 85-meter-deep volcano crater here. If that isn’t enough, we frequently encounter the local Cassowary.
As the afternoon progresses, we make our way to the Curtain Fig Tree. Here, 15-meter-tall tree roots tower above you like a three-story structure; keep an eye out for the elusive Lumholtz Tree Kangaroo.
Just before our final swim stop. We’ll drive you to a peaceful small stream to look for Platypus. Then we head to our final stop of the day, Lake Eacham.
Lake Eacham is a dormant Volcanic Crater lake surrounded by fauna and loaded with turtles. We’ll watch the sunset after our final swim together on an absolutely wonderful day. And don’t worry about feeling cold; the water in here stays at 23 degrees both day and night.
Waterfall Wanderers will provide tea in the morning and afternoon, lunch, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, biscuits, and fruit throughout the day, as well as a plethora of games and puzzles to keep you entertained on the bus.
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