Wallaman Falls, located 51 kilometres west of the town of Ingham (approx 100 kilometres north of the city of Townsville) is the most accessible of seven 'waterfall' national parks in North Queensland's coastal hinterland. Normal travel time from the highway to the Falls is one hour each way. Wallaman Falls is world-heritage listed and is the Australia's largest single sheer drop waterfall.
Wallaman Falls is located within the Lumholtz National Park, a 124 000 hectare area encompassing diverse vegetation types and amazing bird and wildlife. Camping and picnic areas are provided. Camping permits must be purchased from the self-registration station in the camping ground. No bush fires are permitted and gas barbecues are provided. Domestic pets are not allowed in the park. Caravans are not recommended in this area, and bushwalkers are advised to contact the Ingham office of Queensland Police.
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