Waterfall Wanderers

Duration | 10 Hours
Mobile Ticket OK

Waterfall Wanderers offers a unique Rainforest experience. you will have the chance to swim in 4 iconic Far North Queensland waterholes. Swim under waterfalls, on a natural slide, and partake in a unique float/swim while in a volcanic crater lake.


  • Return accommodation transfers included
  • Morning & Afternoon Tea
  • Swim in 4 iconic Far North Queensland waterholes
  • Lunch included at Malanda historic pub
  • Slide down a natural waterslide
  • Platypus Viewing

Places you will visit

  • Babinda Boulders
  • Josephine Falls
  • Millaa Millaa Falls
  • Malanda historic pub
  • Mt hypipamee Crater
  • Dinner Falls
  • Lake Eacham
  • The Giant Curtain Fig Tree

Your Day

Visit the spectacular Babinda Boulders Devil's pool - learn about the aboriginal legend

Morning Tea with tea, coffee or softdrink and fruit platter.

Slide down a natural waterslide at Josephine falls.  This very scenic waterfall is fed by rain falling on Queensland's highest peak, Bartle Frere.

Visit Crawfords Lookout - Grab your camera.  Views of the North Johnstone River.

Millaa Millaa Falls - Swim under an 18 meter waterfall.  Amazing photo opportunity at this famous waterfall.  Millaa Millaa is an aboriginal word meaning plenty of water or waterfall. 

Lunch at the Malanda historic pub, reputed to be the largest timber hotel in Australia.

Bromfield Swamp Lookout.  Home for endangered species, rehabilitation of wildlife corridors and lots of bird species.

Mt hypipamee Crater and Dinner Falls.  Stand on the viewing platform and look into the Crater at 61 metres in diameter and 82 metres deep.

Wander down to Dinner falls, another picturesque cascading waterfall, and great swimming spot.

The Curtain Fig Tree.  Be in awe of one of the largest trees in the region.

Platypus Viewing Time to search for the native platypus at the viewing platform.

Enjoy cakes and biscuits with Tea, Coffee or Soft drink in the picnic area at Lake Eacham.

Lake Eacham crater lake formed approximately 12,000 years ago.  Join your guide on a float on the lake searching for turtles, platypus and native fish.  Ample time for a relaxing swim, or a walk on the paths around the lake.


  • 6.55am pick-up from Palm Cove
  • 7.45am pick-up from Cairns

What to bring: 

  • Camera
  • Swimmers & Towel
  • Sunscreen
  • Change of Clothes
  • Comfortable shoes/sandles

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6.55am pick-up from Palm Cove | 7.45am pick-up from Cairns