World of Waterfalls Blog
This page displays all of our blog posts (latest posts first).
The blog posts shown here include both non-waterfall and waterfall writeups. So in addition to our in-depth waterfall posts, the article/post topics can range from educational writeups, musings, features, advice, product reviews, and more.
This page even displays updates or new postings pertaining to Top 10 Lists, Itineraries, and Trip Reports.
If you’re looking for waterfall writeups, you can find them in our Destinations page.
Most recent blog posts (reverse chronological order):
“Storm Chasing” (Flagstaff – October 7, 2022 to October 9, 2022)
Anyways, the dude didn’t look like he was homeless or anything, and the family sitting next to us tried to diffuse the situation by inviting him for a lunch…
Queensland Rain-Soaked Itinerary – June 27, 2022 to July 9, 2022
Our Queensland Itinerary covered a 12-day period that was actually cut short, but we still salvaged experiences despite the circumstances.
Bali 10-Day Itinerary – June 17, 2022 to June 27, 2022
Our Bali Itinerary covered an action-packed 10 days in mid-June where we explored as much of the island as we possibly could in this time.
Australia Top End Itinerary – June 8, 2022 to June 17, 2022
Our Northern Territory Itinerary covered a 9-day visit covering the Top End where we got to experience new and old sights along the way!
Top 10 Best Waterfalls in Bali & How To Visit Them
The Top 10 Best Bali Waterfalls List showcases our favorite waterfalls that we’ve personally visited in the most popular island in Indonesia.
Simpson Falls is a series of seasonal cascades beneath a bridge on West Ithaca Creek on the northeast slope of Mt Coot-tha requiring a workout to experience.
Twin Falls in Springbook National Park offered hidden waterfalls, a surprise rock cave, and the ability to go behind its namesake dual drop all in one hike.
Curtis Falls is a 10-12m waterfall that stood out mostly because it is known to be one of the few natural waterfalls that harbour a wild glow worm colony.
Kondalilla Falls is perhaps the most impressive waterfall in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland where Skene Creep drops a reported 80-90m in the Blackall Range.
Rainbow Falls and Rockpools
Rainbow Falls is a series of waterfalls with clear swimming potholes deep in the remote Blackdown Tablelands National Park in Queensland’s Central Highlands
Wheel of Fire Falls
Wheel of Fire Falls is a twisting cascade concealing itself to all but the most adventurous hikers willing to cross creeks and do a dicey scramble or swim.
Mena Creek Falls
Mena Creek Falls was an impressively thick waterfall on the nameake Mena Creek, which is can be visited from a public lookout as well as a private park.
Serendipity Falls is diminutive and ephemeral, worthy of being a pullover distraction, especially if caught behind slow vehicles on the Palmerston Highway.
Emerald Creek Falls
Emerald Creek Falls was an attractive series of cascades with an overlook and swimming hole just outside the boundary of Dinden National Park near Mareeba.
Davies Creek Falls
Davies Creek Falls is an impressive series of steep cascades in Dinden National Park near Cairns featuring lookouts, swimming holes, and a picnic area.
“Tragic Limbo” (Queensland, Australia – June 27, 2022 to July 9, 2022)
Just as we were about to use the restroom facilities, I got a text from Julie saying something about my sister-in-law needing to contact Mom ASAP about…
Blahmantung Waterfall (Air Terjun Blahmantung)
Blahmantung Waterfall is said to be one of Bali’s tallest waterfalls, but we remember it most for the adventure caused by sifting through misinformation.
Blahmaning Waterfall (Air Terjun Blahmaning)
The Blahmaning Waterfall was one we had mistaken for the Blahmantung Waterfall (thanks to crowdsourcing on GoogleMaps), but was pleasant in its own right.
Aling Aling Waterfall (Air Terjun Aling Aling)
Aling Aling Waterfall is the largest of four waterfalls in the same excursion, but it’s this main falls that drew us to the excursion in the first place.
Sekumpul Waterfall (and Hidden Waterfall)
The Sekumpul Waterfall could very well be the best waterfall in Bali with multiple segments dropping a reported 80m making it one of the island’s largest.