Thundering Waterfalls over ancient sandstone cliffs. Outstanding opportunities for freshwater showers following excellent opportunities for fantastic photos.
There are so many spectacular falls to visit in Australia.
King George Falls
Spectacularly accessible by scenic flight or boat. This 100-metre twin falls that plunge over soaring red sandstone cliffs is breathtakingly beautiful. The falls are in North Kimberley Marine Park, Western Australia.
When in Tasmania is one of Tasmania’s treasured places. The picturesque falls one hour drive from Hobart.
While you are visiting Tasmania, don’t miss Nelson Falls. In Franklin-Gordan Wild Rivers National Park near Queenstown. This region part of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Tasmanian Wilderness.
The Natural Bridge
Or Natural Arch as it also is known is a scenic waterfall in the Numinbah Valley behind the Gold Coast. Underneath the falls is a large cave with a refreshing swimming pool.
Millaa Millaa Falls
When visiting Cairns, the waterfall circuit that includes Millaa Millaa Falls is a must-do.
It was made famous from their appearance on Crocodile Dundee. At the very top of the falls, there is a fantastic plunge pool that allows for amazing views of Kakadu.
An Iconic Kimberley landmark. The staircase-like falls are a sight to behold from land and even more spectacular from the air. This site is best in the wet season.
During your visit to South Australia
Three Falls Grand Hike, Morialta
This hike takes in three waterfalls located in the Morialta Conservation Park, Fourth Creek Falls, Second Creek Falls and then Third Falls.