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Josephine Falls

LOT 1 Josephine Falls Walk, Bartle Frere QLD 4861, Australia

Introduction of Josephine Falls

Josephine Falls, located in (Wooroonooran National Park), Queensland's northeast coast, is a three-story waterfall with a maximum drop of about 192 meters.

Josephine Falls is located at the highest peak in Queensland: under the picturesque foothills of the southern (Mount Bartle Frere) of Ba Teer Freer Mountain, it is the most popular tourist destination in Woldorong National Park. The trickle of (Josephine Creek) of Josephine Creek gathers here into a rough torrent, pouring down from the granite boulders, surrounded by the leafy vines and vines, and the waterfall is surrounded by a forest of leafy grapevines. Its landscape coincides with the forest description in fairy tales: vibrant rainforest greenery, clear and transparent light green currents, and boulders encircling it as a unique secret to the achievement of this place. The water pool in the middle of the waterfall is clear and suitable for swimming, and the unique natural rock water slide (sitting on a huge rock ramp and sliding down the water pool below) allows visitors to release their childlike hearts here.

How to:

  • Josephine Falls is about 75 km from Cairns;
  • Navigate to Josephine Falls Car Park, and walk along the Josephine Falls Walk.


  • For security reasons, the road to the top of the waterfall has been closed.


  • Free

Open time:

    All day
Australia - Queensland
Attraction - Natural
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