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Blencoe Falls, Girringun National Park. Photo: Steven Nowakowski, Queensland Government

Girringun National Park

Take your pick of stunning waterfalls

Stand in awe at Wallaman Falls, Australia’s highest permanent single-drop waterfall, located in Girringun National Park. In between the forest-clad ridge tops and rainforest-lined gullies and creeks, Wallaman Falls stands tall at 268m. Experience the beauty of World-Heritage rainforest and spectacular gorge views on short walking tracks near the falls. Also in the park, but accessed only from the west, Blencoe Falls tumbles 90m, then another 230m into the base of an impressive gorge. Set up camp under the gum trees and enjoy short walks through this typical Aussie ‘bush’ setting.

Location and getting there

Wallaman Falls: 51km SW of Ingham. Access from Ingham is via Abergowrie Road and Trebonne.

Blencoe Falls: 96km SE of Mount Garnet. Access from Mount Garnet is via the Kennedy Hwy, Gunnawarra Road and Kirrama-Cashmere Road.

Visitor facilities and opportunities

This park has sections with different visitor facilities and opportunities. Refer to the NPRSR website for further information.