These picturesque falls are continuously flowing, perfect for a swim in the hotter months. Guests that stay in the Malanda Falls Caravan Park have the luxury of their own stairs heading down to the waterhole. Tree Kangaroos, potoroos, bandicoots and many species of birds can be seen in the conservation park surrounding the falls. The Malanda Falls Visitor Centre is situated nearby.
Millaa Millaa Falls- These falls are said to be the most photographed falls in Australia and when you visit them you will know why. Toilets onsite.
Dinner Falls- A cool, crystal-clear swimming hole and waterfall will be found after a short work through the tropical rainforest. Stand on the rocks and take some amazing selfies with the waterfall gushing down in the background.
Pepina Falls- These falls are best viewed during or after the wet season (January-April).
Zillie Falls- Located on the waterfall circuit at Millaa Millaa. Flying foxes are often seen near the car park.
Ellinjaa Falls- On the famous Waterfall circuit, another breathtaking waterfall to tick off your list.
Halls Falls- Take a dip in the cool waters of this swimming hole, whilst enjoying the sound of two waterfalls gushing over the rocks. The rocks are very slippery, so take care and swim with caution.
Barron Falls- Every time you visit these mammoth falls you will experience something different. Barron Falls is particularly spectacular after heavy rains. A sight to behold!
Nandroya Falls-Located in Wooroonooran National Park, a 2km walk from the highway. Parts of the track are slippery and narrow, so further information should be sort before attempting the walk.
Windin Falls- Malanda Falls Visitor Centre has an updated map of how to access the start of this walk. Breath-talking views once you reach the top, but please do your research before attempting the climb to ensure you are fit enough and go well prepared. At your destination, relax in the rock spa overlooking the valley below and the dense rainforest.
Millstream Falls is said to be the widest single-drop waterfall in Australia. A walking track leads to a viewing area over the falls.