Wallaman Falls is the largest waterfall in the southern hemisphere. It is located in the Girringun National about 50km west of Ingham in Queensland. The waterfall is 268m high and there is a big swimming hole at the base of the falls. It’s a 4km hike one way down a steep canyon to get to the swimming hole. The drive to the waterfall is through dense tropical rainforest. Be sure to keep an eye out for the elusive Cassowary.
Location of Wallaman Falls
Wallaman Falls Road, Girringun National Park, QLD
Directions to Wallaman Falls
*Head west along Lannercost Street 800m
*Continue on Ingham – Abergowrie Road 8km
*Turn left onto Stone River Road 600m
*At the fork turn right onto Stone River Road 5km
*Turn right onto Venables Crossing Road 700m
*Turn left onto Lannercost Extension Road 600m
*Turn right onto Wallaman Falls Road 34km
*Turn right towards the falls lookout 1300m
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