Queensland Waterfalls (Australia)

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Araluen Falls (Araluen Cascades)  Eungella National Park, Queensland, Australia South Australia, Queensland Australia, Central Coast, South Wales, Finch Hatton, Brisbane, Airlie Beach, New South, Tasmania

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Jourama Falls  Paluma Ranges National Park, Queensland, Australia Australian Continent, Third, Places Ive Been, National Parks, Queensland Australia, Western Australia, Adventure, Ranges, Continents

Western Australia occupies the whole one-third of the Australian continent. It is biggest state in Australia and the second biggest sub-national entity worldwide.

Attie Creek Falls  Cardwell, Queensland, Australia Queensland Australia, Waterfalls, Waterfall, Falling Waters

Attie Creek Falls was a waterfall that Julie and I visited based on a recommendation by the friendly hosts at the nearby Mudbrick Manor near the town of Cardwell. Prior to their recommendation.

Murray Falls  Girramay National Park, Queensland, Australia Brisbane Queensland, Queensland Australia, Australia Travel, Murray River, North Coast, Waterfalls, National Parks, Places Ive Been, Photographs

Murray Falls was a pretty easy waterfall to visit as far as Julie and I were concerned. The roughly waterfall tumbled over bare rocks worn smooth by the waters of the Murray River.

Looking at the Natural Bridge Waterfall where Cave Creek disappeared into the cave before re-emerging through the other Natural Bridge cave opening Natural Bridge Springbrook, Cave Creek, Waterfalls, National Parks, Waterfall, State Parks, Falling Waters

The Natural Bridge was an unusual feature of Springbrook National Park in that Cave Creek actually spilled into a hole and emerged from the dark cave within through its opening.

Looking ahead at our Kuranda Scenic Railway train passing before Stoney Creek Falls Cairns, Waterfalls, Waterfall, Falling Waters

Stoney Creek Falls was a waterfall that we were under the impression was only viewable while riding the Kuranda Scenic Railway.

Souita Falls  Atherton Tablelands, Queensland, Australia Atherton Tablelands, Queensland Australia, Waterfalls, Deserts, Desserts, Waterfall, Postres, Dessert, Falling Waters

Souita Falls was another one of the more obscure waterfalls in the Atherton Tablelands area. This was probably due to the fact that it was situated in a quieter part of the Atherton Tablelands.

Malanda Falls  Atherton Tablelands, Queensland, Australia Atherton Tablelands, Queensland Australia, Australia Travel, Waterfalls, Australia Destinations, Waterfall, Falling Waters

Malanda Falls was a short but very wide waterfall that was essentially the last one out of ten that we visited in a day of self-touring the waterfall-laced Atherton Tablelands Region.

Goomoolahra Falls  Springbrook National Park, Queensland, Australia Queensland Australia, Waterfalls, National Parks, Country Roads, Waterfall, State Parks, Falling Waters

Goomoolahra Falls (or Bilborough's Falls) was one of those look-but-don't-touch type waterfalls that we took the time to visit as we extended our time in Springbrook National Park after having.

Barron Falls  Cairns Region, Queensland, Australia Atherton Tablelands, Gallon Of Water, Queensland Australia, Cairns, Waterfalls, Wonders Of The World, Waterfall, Falling Waters

Barron Falls was once a mighty waterfall descending from the Atherton Tablelands towards the Barron Gorge and lowlands near Cairns.

This was the upper drop of Nandroya Falls, which had a satisfyingly tall uninterrupted drop. This was at the very end of the out-and-back trail to the falls  Wooroonooran National Park, Queensland, Australia Queensland Australia, Waterfalls, National Parks, Trail, Waterfall, State Parks, Falling Waters

This was the upper drop of Nandroya Falls, which had a satisfyingly tall uninterrupted drop. This was at the very end of the out-and-back trail to the falls Wooroonooran National Park, Queensland, Australia

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