Murray Falls, Cardwell
Categories: National Parks, Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
The Murray Falls, a cascade waterfall on the Murray River, is located in the UNESCO World Heritagelisted Wet Tropics in the Far North region of Queensland, Australia.Location and featuresThe Murray Falls are situated in the Girramay National Park, approximately southwest of, off the Bruce Highway between Tully and. The falls descend between 20- and may be viewed from a boardwalk and viewing platform. A short walking track through the rainforest leads to a lookout, where the falls and the Murray Valley can be viewed. In the year ended 2012, the falls received an estimated visitors.In 2003, a man died in hospital after falling at the falls.Other waterfalls in the Cardwell district include Wallaman Falls, Blencoe Falls and Attie Creek Falls.Put Murray Falls at the forefront of your travel plans using our Cardwell itinerary planner.
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The falls are 20 minutes off the main highway. The last part is dirt road. The falls are small but very pretty. There are good swimming areas. There are day stay and camping areas but the facilities a... read more »
Had a great time camping here - there park is beautiful! There's toilets and a cold showers as well as big BBQ pots to cook on. There are signs with Dreamtime stories about how animals were created. T... read more »
Murray falls is a must see place. The whole place is very picturesque easily accessible and you can take your van
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