Festoon Falls and Mcgrory Lookout

Dandabah Camping and Picnic Area

A nice easy stroll to Festoon Falls a well known waterfall and to the top of Mcgrory Falls, a hidden gem just 50 metres downstream of Festoon Falls.

Getting there

Drive to Dandabah in the Bunya Mountains and park in the picnic area. The walking tracks can be easily accessed through the picnic area.

Maps

The national park publishes a well set out walking track map, it is avalible online or at the QPWS Ranger Station on the Mountain.

Route/Trail notes

Take the route signposted for Festoon Falls. The falls will soon be heard and seen. The falls offer a wonderful photo oppurtunity. Walking downstream from Festoon Falls will take you to the top of Mcgrory Falls. Keep well away from the edge as plants can hide crumbling edges. There are some rock faces that may be suitable for abseiling down to the falls (access without ropes is via Pine Gorge https://www.aussiebushwalking.com/qld/mcgrory-falls-via-pine-gorge)

Permits/Costs

Only for camping overnight in National Park campgrounds.

Other References

How can I find more info? Any guide books?

Comments

Do this as a part of the scenic circuit to get the most benefit from the walk.

Steve F on 5 Nov, 2016

Again with the Toowoomba Church on the Bunya weekend!
Always a nice walk, especially in the rain.

RockyRoger on 4 Jun, 2016

Definitely worth doing this entire route including Mcgrory Lookout if you don't have a lot of time.

Patrick Lenihan on 12 Jan, 2016

Part of the Barker Creek Circuit

J on 18 Apr, 2014

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