Mungalli Falls consists of three apparent tiers with a cumulative 75m drop accessed from a Student Village and Wilderness Retreat in the Atherton Tablelands.
Ellinjaa Falls is one of the three waterfalls on the 17km Waterfall Circuit in the Atherton Tablelands. It’s 10-15m and accessible via a 20-minute track.
Zillie Falls is another of the trio of waterfalls on the 17km Waterfall Circuit in the Atherton Tablelands seen from a near roadside lookout by Millaa Millaa.
Malanda Falls is a short wide waterfall with some swimming infrastructure in its plunge pool for relief from the tropical heat in the Atherton Tablelands.
Pepina Falls is a hidden waterfall tumbling 5m on Middlebrook Creek beneath a road bridge accessed by a 90m scramble in the Atherton Tablelands near Ravenshoe.
Souita Falls is an off-the-beaten-track pair of small cascades accessed by a short track near the agricultural hamlet of Middlebrook in the Atherton Tablelands.
Millaa Millaa Falls is an 18m tropical waterfall that we think is the most beautiful and iconic waterfall of the waterfall-laden Atherton Tablelands region.
Millstream Falls may be Australia’s widest single-drop waterfall which may have some legitimacy to this claim if the lookout only revealed half its entirety!
Little Millstream Falls is a convergence of at least three semi-accessible cascading waterfalls sharing the same reserve as the (big) Millstream Falls.