Wallaman Falls, Girringun National Park
Images from the Wallaman Falls, Girringun National Park. Photo: Steven Nowakowski © NPRSR.
- Changes to camping bookings
From May 2013, self-registration will no longer be available at this camping area. Campers will need to purchase an e-camping permit before arriving at the camping area.
- Impacts of Cyclone Yasi
This park was recently affected by Cyclone Yasi. To find out more about cyclone impacts on the park and its ongoing recovery, see Cyclone Yasi.
Facilities and activities
Wallaman Falls is part of the traditional lands of the Warrgamaygan Aboriginal people. 'Nginba Warrgamaygan Ngarji'. They hope you will enjoy your visit and respect this sacred place.
51 km south-west of Ingham
The highest, permanent, single-drop waterfall in Australia, Wallaman Falls is part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, home to some of the oldest rainforests on earth and many endangered plants and animals.
- Girringun National park and surrounds map
- Wallaman Falls map
- Wallaman Falls camping area map
- Townsville Region national parks, conservation parks and State forests visitor guide
- Wet Tropics Great Walk
- Wallaman Falls restricted access area
- Wet Tropics Management Authority
- Species lists
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