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List of waterfalls of Australia

Wallaman Falls, Girringun National Park, Queensland. Australia's tallest waterfall.

This is a list of waterfalls in Australia.

Wallaman Falls in Queensland are Australia's tallest permanent waterfall with a plunge of nearly 300 metres (980 ft). Wollomombi Falls in New South Wales are second with a 220-metre (720 ft) combined drop and Ellenborough Falls, also in New South Wales, is third plunging 160 metres (520 ft) as a single drop.[1]


Waterfalls in the Australian Capital Territory

The following waterfalls are located in the Australian Capital Territory:

Waterfalls of the Australian Capital Territory
Image Waterfall Location Drop Type Coordinates
Gibraltar Falls Namadgi National Park 67–120 m (220–394 ft)[2] Cascade
Ginini Falls Namadgi National Park 190–220 m (623–722 ft)[3]

Waterfalls in New South Wales

The following waterfalls are located in New South Wales:

Waterfalls of New South Wales
Image Waterfall Location Drop Type Coordinates
Apsley Falls[4] Oxley Wild Rivers National Park 114 m (374 ft)
Bangalore Falls Bindarri National Park
Beauchamp Falls Blue Mountains National Park 114 m (374 ft)
Belmore Falls Morton National Park 78 m (256 ft)[5]
Black Banksia Falls[4] Kanangra-Boyd National Park
Boundary Falls[6] Gibraltar Range National Park
Carrington Falls[4] Budderoo National Park 50 m (164 ft)
Chandler Falls Oxley Wild Rivers National Park
Crystal Shower Falls Dorrigo National Park, Waterfall Way
Dangar Falls[4] near Dorrigo
Dangars Falls[4] Oxley Wild Rivers National Park 120 m (394 ft)
Ebor Falls[4] Guy Fawkes River National Park, Waterfall Way
Ellenborough Falls[4] near Tapin Tops National Park
Empress Falls near Wentworth Falls, New South Wales
Fitzroy Falls[7] Morton National Park
Forgotten Waterfalls Dorrigo National Park, Waterfall Way
Kalang Falls Kanangra-Boyd National Park
Kanangra Falls[4] Kanangra-Boyd National Park 225 m (738 ft)
Katoomba Falls[8] Blue Mountains National Park
Minyon Falls[9] Nightcap National Park 104 m (341 ft)
Newell Falls Dorrigo National Park, Waterfall Way
Protestors Falls[10] Nightcap National Park 25 m (82 ft)
Sherrard Falls Dorrigo National Park, Waterfall Way
Tin Mine Falls[4] Kosciuszko National Park
Tianjara Falls[4] Yarramunmun Creek
Valentine Falls[4] Kosciuszko National Park
Wentworth Falls[4] Wentworth Falls
Wollomombi Falls[4] Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, Waterfall Way

Waterfalls in the Northern Territory

The following waterfalls are location in the Northern Territory:

Waterfalls of the Northern Territory
Image Waterfall Location Drop Type Coordinates
17 Mile Falls Nitmiluk National Park 30–33 metres (98–108 ft)[11]
Bine - Jeruk Falls Litchfield National Park 32–49 metres (105–161 ft)[12]
Crystal Falls Nitmiluk National Park 35–42 metres (115–138 ft)[13]
Cuthbertson Falls Kakadu National Park 14–15 metres (46–49 ft)[14]
Edith Falls / Leliyn Nitmiluk National Park 8.7–12 metres (29–39 ft)[15] Cascade
Florence Falls Litchfield National Park 9.8–15 metres (32–49 ft)[16] Segmented
Havelock Falls Kakadu National Park 4.4–6 metres (14–20 ft)[17]
Henscke Falls near Peppimenarti 21–40 metres (69–131 ft)[18]
Inukalen Cataract near Timber Creek 3.3–5 metres (11–16 ft)[19]
Jim Jim Falls /
Barrkmalam
Kakadu National Park 140–200 metres (460–660 ft)[20] Plunge
Kathleen Falls[21] Flora River Nature Park
Lily Ponds Falls Nitmiluk National Park 3.6–6.6 metres (12–22 ft)[22]
Mandjawuril near Oenpelli 55–70 metres (180–230 ft)[23]
Myra Falls near Oenpelli 8.3–11 metres (27–36 ft)[24]
Robin Falls near Adelaide River 20–25 metres (66–82 ft)[25]
Rosies Falls near Kununurra 32–43 metres (105–141 ft)[26]
Surprise Creek Falls[27] Litchfield National Park
Tjaetaba Falls Litchfield National Park 35–48 metres (115–157 ft)[28]
Tjaynera Falls Litchfield National Park 31–46 metres (102–151 ft)[29][30]
Tolmer Falls Litchfield National Park 32–42 metres (105–138 ft)[31] Plunge
Trudies Falls near Kununurra 61–94 metres (200–308 ft)[32]
Twin Falls /
Gungkurdul
Kakadu National Park 44–51 metres (144–167 ft)[33] Cascade
Walwalgiyn Falls Litchfield National Park 17–22 metres (56–72 ft)[34]
Wangi Falls Litchfield National Park 41–52 metres (135–171 ft)[35] Segmented
Waterfall Creek Falls /
Gunlom
Kakadu National Park 60–85 metres (197–279 ft)[36] Cascade
Yawuriyarra Falls 2.3–2.6 metres (7 ft 7 in–8 ft 6 in)[37]

Waterfalls in Queensland

The following waterfalls are located in Queensland:

Waterfalls of Queensland
Image Waterfall Location Drop Type Coordinates
Alcheringa Falls Lamington National Park
Alligator Creek Falls Bowling Green Bay National Park
Annan Gorge Falls Cooktown
Ballanjui Falls Lamington National Park
Barron Falls Barron Gorge National Park 125 metres (410 ft)[38] Cascade
Big Mowbray Falls Mowbray National Park
Bilbrough Falls Springbrook National Park Cascade
Binda Falls[39] Wooroonooran National Park
Birthday Creek Falls Paluma Range National Park
Blencoe Falls Girringun National Park 320 metres (1,050 ft)[40] Segmented
Bloomfield Falls near Wujal Wujal, north of the Daintree National Park 40 metres (130 ft)[41] Cascade
Box Log Falls Lamington National Park
Browns Falls east of Killarney 10–15 metres (33–49 ft)[42] Plunge
Buderim Falls[43] Buderim Forest Park
Cannabullen Falls Tully Gorge National Park
Carter Falls Tully Gorge National Park
Chalahn Falls Lamington National Park
Clamshell Falls Wooroonooran National Park Cascade
Coomera Falls Lamington National Park 64 metres (210 ft)[44] Segmented
Cowley Falls Wooroonooran National Park
Crystal Cascades near Cairns Cascade
Daggs Falls east of Killarney Plunge
Darraboola Falls Lamington National Park
Davies Creek Falls Davies Creek National Park 100 metres (330 ft)[45] Cascade
Dinner Falls Mount Hypipamee National Park
  • Plunge
  • Segmented
  • Cascade
Echo Falls Lamington National Park
Elabana Falls Lamington National Park Cascade
Elizabeth Grant Falls Tully Gorge National Park
Ellinjaa Falls Atherton Tablelands Waterfall Circuit
Elliot (Indian Head) Falls Jardine River National Park
Emerald Creek Falls Kennedy Highway southwest of Cairns
Endeavour Falls Cooktown
Fishery Falls Wooroonooran National Park
Fruit Bat Falls Jardine River National Park
Home Rule Falls Cooktown
Herbert River Falls Girringun National Park 56–75 metres (184–246 ft)[46] Plunge
Isabella Falls Cooktown
J C Slaughter Falls Mount Coot-tha Reserve, Brisbane Cascade
Jones Falls Wooroonooran National Park 10–13 metres (33–43 ft)[47]
Josephine Falls Wooroonooran National Park 150–300 metres (490–980 ft)[48] Tiered cascade
Jourama Falls Paluma Range National Park
Kalgamahla Falls Lamington National Park
Kearneys Falls Wooroonooran National Park
Kondalilla Falls[49] near Mapleton
Leichhardt Falls Gulf Country Plunge
Little Millstream Falls Millstream Falls National Park
Malanda Falls Atherton Tableland
Mena Creek Falls near Innisfail
Millaa Millaa Falls Atherton Tableland Waterfall Circuit 18.3 metres (60 ft)[50] Plunge
Millstream Falls Millstream Falls National Park
Milmilgee Falls near Cairns 29–53 metres (95–174 ft)[51]
Morans Falls Lamington National Park 80 metres (260 ft) Plunge
Mungalli Falls Wooroonooran National Park
Murray Falls Murray Upper National Park 20–30 metres (66–98 ft)[52] Cascade
Nandroya Falls Wooroonooran National Park
Natural Bridge Falls Springbrook National Park
Parrot Falls Cooktown
Pepina Falls Atherton Tablelands Waterfall Circuit
Purling Brook Falls Springbrook National Park 100–106 metres (328–348 ft)[53] Horsetail
Queen Mary Falls Main Range National Park 40 metres (130 ft)[54] Plunge
Roaring Meg Falls near Wujal Wujal, north of the Daintree National Park
Running Creek Falls Lamington National Park
Savo Falls Jardine River National Park
Silver Creek Falls Wooroonooran National Park
Simpson Falls Mount Coot-tha Reserve, Brisbane Cascade
Souita Falls Atherton Tableland Waterfall Circuit
Spring Creek Falls Mowbray Valley
Stoney Creek Falls Barron Gorge National Park Cascade
Surprise Creek Falls Barron Gorge National Park 243 metres (797 ft) Segmented
Tanninaba Falls Springbrook National Park
Tchupala Falls Wooroonooran National Park Segmented
Teviot Falls McPherson Range near Wilson's Peak 38 metres (125 ft)[55] Plunge
Tinaroo Falls near Cairns
Toolona Falls Lamington National Park
Trevethan Falls Cooktown
Tully Falls Tully Gorge National Park 180–210 metres (590–690 ft)[56] Horsetail chute
Twin Falls Jardine River National Park
Wallaman Falls Girringun National Park 305 metres (1,001 ft)[57]
  • Cascade
  • Horsetail
Wallicher Falls Wooroonooran National Park
Whites Falls Wooroonooran National Park
Wongalee Falls near Cairns 58–81 metres (190–266 ft)[58]
Yamanie Falls Girringun National Park
Yanbacoochie Falls Lamington National Park
Yarrbilgong Falls Lamington National Park 150 metres (490 ft)[59]
Zillie Falls Atherton Tableland Waterfall Circuit

Waterfalls in South Australia

The following waterfalls are located in South Australia:

Waterfalls of South Australia
Image Waterfall Location Drop Type Coordinates
Ferntree Falls Flinders Ranges National Park, Rawnsley Park
Fifth Falls[60]
First Falls (Adelaide Hills) Morialta Conservation Park 30 metres (98 ft)[61] Plunge
First Falls (City of Burnside)[62] Waterfall Gully, Cleland Conservation Park Cascade
Fourth Falls[60]
Glenora Falls[60]
Hay Flat Waterfall[60]
Hindmarsh Falls[60]
Ingalalla Waterfalls Fleurieu Peninsula 81–92 metres (266–302 ft)[63] Cascade
Kanalla Falls Flinders Ranges National Park 64–79 metres (210–259 ft)[64]
Kapinka Falls[60]
Lower Waterfall[60]
Malloga Falls[65] Flinders Ranges National Park, near Wilpena
Mannum Waterfall[60]
Morialta Falls[60] Morialta Conservation Park
Petalinka Waterfall[60]
Second Falls (Adelaide Hills)[66] Morialta Conservation Park 15 metres (49 ft)
Second Falls (City of Burnside)[60]
Seventh Falls[60]
Six Falls[60]
Strepara Waterfall[60]
The Waterfall[60]
The Waterfalls[60]
Third Falls[66] Morialta Conservation Park 13 metres (43 ft)
Upper Waterfall[60]
Wadella Falls[60] near Tumby Bay
Waukarie Falls[60] Mount Brown Conservation Park

Waterfalls in Tasmania

The following waterfalls are located in Tasmania:

Waterfalls of Tasmania
Image Waterfall Location Drop Type Coordinates
Delaneys Falls North West Tasmania 25 metres (82 ft)[67] Plunge
Dip Falls Dip Range Regional Reserve,
North West Tasmania
22–34 metres (72–112 ft)[68] Cascade
Guide Falls North West Tasmania 22–38 metres (72–125 ft)[69] Tiered–cascade
Horseshoe Falls Mount Field National Park Tiered–cascade
Lady Barron Falls Mount Field National Park Tiered–cascade
Liffey Falls Meander Valley, Midlands 120–160 metres (390–520 ft)[70] Tiered–cascade
Montezuma Falls West Coast Range 103–110 metres (338–361 ft)[71][72] Horsetail
Nelson Falls Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park 30 metres (98 ft)[73] Cascade
Russell Falls Mount Field National Park 34–58 metres (112–190 ft)[74] Tiered–cascade

Waterfalls in Victoria

The following waterfalls are located in Victoria:

Waterfalls of Victoria
Image Waterfall Location Drop Type Coordinates
Agnes Falls[75] Toora 59 metres (194 ft)[76]
Beauchamp Falls Otway Forest Park, near Beech Forest 16–26 metres (52–85 ft)[77]
Carisbrook Falls Great Otway National Park, near Wongarra 64–120 metres (210–394 ft)[78]
Cora Lynn Cascades[79] Great Otway National Park, Angahook section 89–140 metres (292–459 ft)[80]
Cumberland Falls 85–110 metres (279–361 ft)[81]
Currawong Falls
Dandongadale Falls Alpine National Park, western section 255 metres (837 ft)[82][83] Plunge
Erskine Falls[84] Great Otway National Park, Angahook section 49–57 metres (161–187 ft)[85]
Henderson Falls Great Otway National Park, Angahook section 8 metres (26 ft)
Hopkins Falls north of Allansford, near Warrnambool 11–13 metres (36–43 ft)[86]
Hopetoun Falls Great Otway National Park, near Beech Forest 46–49 metres (151–161 ft)[87]
Kalimna Falls[88] Great Otway National Park, Angahook section
Ladies Baths Falls Mt Buffalo
Lal Lal Falls near Ballarat 130–190 metres (430–620 ft)[89]
Little Aire Falls Great Otway National Park
Little River Falls[75] Snowy River National Park
Loddon Falls near Daylesford 20–28 metres (66–92 ft)[90]
Masons Falls Kinglake National Park (Sugarloaf Block), near Kinglake 45 metres (148 ft)[91]
Marriners Falls Great Otway National Park 10 metres (33 ft)
Nigretta Falls near Coleraine 15–16 metres (49–52 ft)[92]
Olinda Falls Falls Rd Olinda - Dandenong Ranges
Phantom Falls Great Otway National Park, Angahook section 15 metres (49 ft)
Piemans Falls Alpine National Park, western section 234 metres (768 ft)[93]
Rainbow Falls
Sabine Falls Great Otway National Park, near Wongarra 130 metres (430 ft)[94]
Sheoak Falls Great Otway National Park, Angahook section
Silverband Falls Grampians National Park
Steavenson Falls near Marysville 55–110 metres (180–361 ft)[95]
Stevenson Falls Otway Forest Park, near Barramunga
Straw Falls[96] Great Otway National Park, Angahook section 28–53 metres (92–174 ft)[97]
Toorongo Falls[75] Noojee
Trentham Falls Trentham 44–48 metres (144–157 ft)[98]
Triplet Falls Great Otway National Park, Marreeyn section
Wannon Falls near Coleraine 18–22 metres (59–72 ft)[99]
Wilhelmina Falls Murrindindi Scenic Reserve, Murrindindi Shire 92–170 metres (302–558 ft)[100]
Won Wondha Falls Great Otway National Park, Angahook section

Waterfalls in Western Australia

The following waterfalls are located in Western Australia:

Waterfalls of Western Australia
Image Waterfall Location Drop Type Coordinates
Baden Powell Water Spout Murray River near Dwellingup
Big Mertens Falls Mitchell Plateau in the Kimberley
Beedalup Falls Beedalup National Park near Pemberton
Black Rock Falls near Kununurra
The Cascades Gloucester National Park Cascade
Eagle Rock Falls near Newman
Fernhook Falls
Fortescue Falls Karijini National Park
Gladstone Falls
Hovea Falls John Forrest National Park
Joffre Falls Karijini National Park
Kalamina Falls Karijini National Park
King George Falls King George River
Kings Cascade Prince Regent River near Wyndham
Lane-Poole Falls Northcliffe
Lesmurdie Falls Lesmurdie Falls National Park
Marrinup Falls near Marrinup
Mitchell Falls The Kimberley
National Park Falls John Forrest National Park
Noble Falls near Gidgegannup
Quinninup Falls near Yallingup
Serpentine Falls Serpentine National Park
Spa Pool Karijini National Park

See also

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