The Nandroya Falls Circuit is part of a network of walking trails in the Palmerston section of Wooroonooran National Park.
Beginning at the Henrietta Creek campground, the trail to the falls runs about 6.6 kilometres, winding approximately 700 metres into the rainforest before forking to form a circuit. The right-hand fork is about two kilometres longer to reach Nandroya Falls offering scenic views, small rock pools, smaller waterfalls and rapid streams along the way. The two routes meet just below the picturesque falls, the perfect place to relax and swim and enjoy the Wet Tropics World Heritage rainforest before the return journey.
With its diverse wilderness and abundant national parks, Tropical North Queensland is home to many beautiful waterfalls and swimming holes. It’s important to always follow the advice from Queensland Parks and never venture into out of bounds areas, flooded waters or dangerous areas to prevent serious injury or death.
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