Friday, 7 October 2016

Wandandian Falls (Granite Falls), Morton National Park

A ribbon waterfall 63m (200') over an unusual granite cliff. The creek is usually fairly small, and the volume of water is usually small except after rain (when access to the falls may be dangerous).
Notes: Access from the Princes Highway. A second low grade access road (the Twelve Mile Road between Tianjara and the Princes Highway) is not recommended and was closed in 2016 for bridge work.
The falls are well signposted, and there is an excellent walking track to the falls from a carpark on Tin Road. Viewing of the falls is from a well-maintained metal and wood structure. There is no apparent access to the base of the falls.
In early October, the access track is fall of wildflowers. The nearby George Boyd Lookout, offers toilet, limited telephone/internet signal, picnic facilities and a rainforest walk.









  

 

 

 

Top of Fall

Midpoint

Lower plunge

Environs
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