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Jourama Falls, Paluma Range National Park

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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Jourama Falls, Paluma Range National Park. Photo: NPRSR

Jourama Falls, Paluma Range National Park. Photo: NPRSR

Welcome

The Traditional Owners of Paluma Range National Park are the Nywaigi Aboriginal people. They welcome you to their country and ask that you respect and enjoy this place. The traditional name for the Paluma Range is Munan Gumburu, which means ‘misty mountain’, an apt description as morning mists are common.

Location

91 km north of Townsville or 24 km south of Ingham, via the Bruce Highway

What's special

Fringed by rainforest, Waterview Creek tumbles down many picturesque cascades and rapids, offering beautiful spots to relax, camp, walk and enjoy watching birds, butterflies and other native wildlife.

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Last updated
8 October 2013