Barron Falls lookout

Barron Gorge National Park

A lovely little board walk with many information signs to a spectacular waterfall (especially in the wet season).

Waterfalls
Lookouts
No Dogs Permitted
Rainforest
362m
Maximum Elevation
46m
Total Climb

Getting there

Follow the signs from Kuranda, it's about 6kms out of the town centre.

Maps

http://www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/barron-gorge/about.html

Route/Trail notes

From the carpark just follow the boardwalk. It's easily accesible as it winds through the rain forest. Plenty of seats and places to look, as well as lots of information signs explaining what you are seeing. Follow it down to the train station, which also has the lookout over the spectacular Barron Falls.

 

GPS Tracks

Comments

Good time of year to se the falls - in full flood.

Spidy on 11 Mar, 2018

Easy walk. Magnificent in size even if it is only a drizzle. I can only imagine the thundering after a good rain.

kodama on 2017

The last time I viewed the falls was from the Sky Rail, but this time it was a drive up the twisty road to Kuranda and out to the lookout. A short walk along the boardwalk led down to a second viewing platform, just behind the railway station, which provided even better views.

F.A.B. on 4 Sep, 2015

Great views of the falls. Very easy walk.

Alexandra on 30 May, 2015

Quite a spectacular set of falls even in the dry season, can only imagine how it would be in the wet after rain.

NerdTrails on 22 Sep, 2014

Best to go after rain otherwise the falls are just drizzling.

rob.bushman on 21 Apr, 2014

A very easy walk to the viewing deck. Beautiful creek with rocks and clean water. It is a very lovely picnic spot.

Harry on 20 Apr, 2014

Home sweet home. Spectacular in the monsoon!

AGerussi on 2014

at the time of the floods the sheer energy of the waterfall was awe inspiring

mkemp28 on 20 Dec, 2010

Even saw a snake on the track, despite all of the tourists!

Allan Allport on 3 Aug, 2010

Awesome waterfall.

Adam on 2001

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