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Wallaman Falls, Girringun National Park

Images from the Wallaman Falls, Girringun National Park. Photo: Steven Nowakowski © NPRSR.Images from the Wallaman Falls, Girringun National Park. Photo: Steven Nowakowski © NPRSR.

Changes to camping bookings

On-site self-registration is no longer available. Campers must obtain an e-camping permit and pay their camping fees before arriving at the camping area. Book your camp site:

Facilities and activities

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Welcome

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.

Location

51 km south-west of Ingham

What's special

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.

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Last updated
30 May 2013