Djyinda Walk

North Queensland

Walk to the base of Wallaman Falls, the highest permanent single drop waterfall in Australia 268 meters.

Waterfalls
Lookouts
Swimming
Picnic Facilities
Toilets
580m
Maximum Elevation

Getting there

How do you get to the start of the walk?

Wallaman Falls Day use area

Maps

https://www.hinchinbrookway.com.au/sites/default/files/pdf/wallaman-falls-map.pdf

Route/Trail notes

A detailed description of the walk!

steep decent and acent on unstable surfaces.

Permits/Costs

Do you need any permits? What's the cost?

free

Other References

How can I find more info? Any guide books?

https://www.hinchinbrookway.com.au/djyinda-walk

Comments

This is quite a steep and narrow track and can get quite slippery at some places, especially after a bit of rain. However it is very easy to follow and down the bottom you'll start hearing the water coming down of the waterfall. It is very impressive to watch the force of water plunging down. The mist that comes of the bottom of the falls makes it even more special on sunny days, because there will be a beautiful rainbow visible. Best time to be there for this is mid morning. So worth it! The climb going back to the car park, can be a bit difficult for some in the humidity of this rain forest.

Ronald and Ramona Jonkergouw on 18 Apr, 2019

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