Wallaman Falls, Girringun National Park
Getting there and getting around
Wallaman Falls is located 51km south west of Ingham. Travel west from Ingham along Abergowrie Road to Trebonne. From here, the route is well signposted. While part of the road is unsealed, it can still be accessed using a conventional vehicle. Care is required on the range, which is slippery when wet. Towing caravans is not recommended.
The Wallaman Falls Section of Girringun National Park forms part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. It boasts spectacular scenery and an array of plant and animal life. The creeks and rivers are home to platypus, eastern water dragons and saw-shelled turtles. If you are lucky, you might catch a glimpse of the reclusive musky rat-kangaroo or the endangered southern cassowary.
Natural, cultural and historical values make this region a truly special place. We invite you to explore the park, learn about its history and enjoy the diverse plant and animal life.
Things to do
>>Picnic and day-use areas
>>Never jump or dive into water — there may be submerged objects.
>>Take care around cliffs, steep slopes and rock faces along the track, and at lookouts.
>>Supervise children closely.
>>Stay on the track and take care on uneven surfaces, especially in wet conditions.
>>Protect yourself from the sun. Wear sunscreen, a hat and a long-sleeved shirt, even on cloudy days.
>>Treat all water before drinking.
Looking after the park
>>Leave your pets at home. Domestic animals are not permitted in national parks.
>>Do not interfere with native animals and plants.
>>Open fires are prohibited. Gas barbecue facilities are provided.
>>Take all food scraps and garbage with you.
>>Firearms are prohibited.
>>Remember, this is a national park — everything is protected.
EPA Customer Service Centre
160 Ann Street, Brisbane
PO Box 15155, City East QLD 4002
ph (07) 3227 8185
fax (07) 32278749
Information for this National Park has been supplied courtesy of Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service