Daggs Falls

Killarney, Queensland, Australia

About Daggs Falls


Hiking Distance: roadside
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Date first visited: 2008-05-09
Date last visited: 2008-05-09

Waterfall Latitude: -28.34572
Waterfall Longitude: 152.3456

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Daggs Falls was the second waterfall we visited while driving along the Spring Creek Road (aka the Falls Drive) near the Killarney area.

According to the signs here, the Teviott Brook was said to drop 38m.

Daggs_Falls_008_05082008 - Daggs Falls
Daggs Falls

Aside from the initial twisting section of the waterfall, the majority of its drop was a straight plunge.

The picture you see above was the only way we experienced this waterfall, which came from a roadside lookout.

From what we could tell, we didn’t find a safe way of getting to the base of Daggs Falls or at least having other ways to experience this falls.

Of the three waterfalls we visited in the Killarney area during our May 2008 trip, this was the only waterfall that truly didn’t require any walk or hike.

Authorities

Daggs Falls resides in the Southern Downs Region near Killarney, Queensland. It is administered by the Southern Downs Regional Council. For information or inquiries about the area as well as current conditions, visit their website.

Daggs_Falls_007_05082008 - Another look at Daggs Falls
Daggs_Falls_019_05082008 - Julie on the lookout platform
Daggs_Falls_014_05082008 - Daggs Falls in long exposure

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We’ll pick up the driving directions from the Spring Creek Rd (also called the Falls Drive) just 2km south of the town of Killarney on the Warwick-Killarney Rd.

Killarney was the nearest town to Daggs Falls. For detailed directions on getting to this junction, see the Queen Mary Falls page.

Once we headed east (left turn if heading south on Killarney Rd), we continued on Spring Creek Rd for about 3.6km to the signposted parking bay for the falls.

This pullout was roughly 1.2km past Browns Falls.

For geographical context, Killarney was 204km (3 hours drive) west from Byron Bay, 182km (2.5 hours drive) southwest of Brisbane, and 34km (30 minutes drive) east of Warwick.

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Dagg’s is my brother in law!!! September 30, 2009 3:29 pm by Maria Isabel Y. Villar - How nice to be in a very green and clean countryside... I love the falls... Dagg, Brown and Queen Mary's Falls. I have been there 3x and I took so many pictures. You can revitalise your spirit and to be in touch with nature... it can take your stress away. I just couldn't imagine that… ...Read More

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