The Savannah Way is an epic, two-state, one-territory, 3,700km journey across the top of Australia. You can take a section of the drive in Tropical North Queensland between Cairns on the coast and Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park close to the Northern Territory border – a distance of about 1,700km.
Stretching between Cairns and Townsville, this under-the-radar route can be completed in four hours, but is best enjoyed over a couple of days so you can soak up the region’s spectacular natural assets and relaxed friendly vibe.
The Nandroya Falls Circuit is part of a network of walking trails in the Palmerston section of Wooroonooran National Park. [more…]
Located in Wooroonooran National Park, Windin Falls boasts unparalleled views over the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Accessible via the [more…]
Nestled in the rainforest along the Tully River, Ponytail Falls is the perfect place to spend those hot, humid days. [more…]
Hidden away in the secluded Mowbray Valley, Spring Creek Falls is a popular swimming spot amongst the locals. At the [more…]
Behana Gorge lies just a 30 minute drive south of Cairns. Part of the Cairns Regional Council catchment, Behana Gorge [more…]
Crystal Cascades is a series of water holes and waterfalls in a section of Freshwater Creek only a short 20 [more…]
Fairy Falls is a picturesque waterfall, found tucked away in the dense rainforest close to Crystal Cascades. The track begins [more…]
Wallicher Falls is part of a network of waterfalls in the Palmerston section of Wooroonooran National Park. The falls are [more…]