Cliff Circuit

Main Range National Park

This walk takes you to the top of Queen Mary Falls, which is part of the headwaters of one of Australia's longest river systems, the Murray–Darling. Great care should be taken when viewing the gorge below. Supervise children closely.

No Swimming
Picnic Facilities
No Dogs Permitted
Camping Permitted

Getting there

From Boonah (64km) take the Boonah/Rathdowney Road south before turning right into Carneys Creek Road and right again into The Head Road, which becomes  Spring Creek Road.

From Killarney (11km) take Acacia Street onto Border Road and then turn left into Spring Creek Road.

The approach from Boonah is steep and should be travelled with care. It is unsuitable for caravans.


Which maps cover the area?

Route/Trail notes

A detailed description of the walk!



Other References

GPS Tracks

  • No GPS available for this walk yet.


Great views of the falls from the top

Juiced Pixels on 15 Feb, 2019

beautiful view

Marie on 24 Jun, 2018

Simple walk from the carport

David S on 21 Jan, 2018

A shorter walk which takes you to the top of the falls lookout.

rob.bushman on 31 May, 2016


Click here to load this map.

Nearby Walks

Done this walk?

This walk has been ticked 50 times

Aussie Bushwalking can keep track of your bushwalks.

Login/signup to tick this walk off.

Tick walks to keep track of where you've been. You must Login to tick walks. Accounts are 100% free so sign up if you don't have one.