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.
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 but 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.