Malojloj Falls

Malojloj Falls is an introduction to the undeveloped waterfall chasing in Guam, which can be a short jaunt or part of a longer Waterfall Valley adventure…

Tarzan Falls

Tarzan Falls may be a well-known waterfall on Guam, perhaps because it’s pretty accessible by the island’s standards, but it’s not as easy as you’d think…

Upper Sigua Falls and Alutom Falls

Upper Sigua Falls and Alutom Falls are a pair of waterfalls accessible on a precipitous adventure beneath the steep south-facing slope of Mt Alutom…

Maguagua Falls

Maguagua Falls is another upside-down waterfall adventure involving a steep rope-aided descent to at least experience parts of this estimated 60ft falls…

Talofofo Falls

Talofofo Falls is actually a series of waterfalls and cascades on the Ugum River (not the Talofofo River) within the kitschy Talofofo Falls Resort Park…

Takhilo Falls (Tak’hilo Falls)

Takhilo Falls (Tak’hilo Falls) near Mt Sasalaguan is said to be the tallest waterfall in Guam. However, you have to earn your sighting of this waterfall…

Sycamore Falls

Sycamore Falls is at least two temporary waterfalls near Williams situated at the head of separate branches of Sycamore Canyon (a large red rock canyon).

Picture Canyon Waterfall

The Picture Canyon Waterfall is a 25ft falls on the Rio de Flag set between wetlands and petroglyphs, unexpectedly residing in the city limits of Flagstaff.

Simpson Falls

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

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

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

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

Serendipity Falls is diminutive and ephemeral, worthy of being a pullover distraction, especially if caught behind slow vehicles on the Palmerston Highway.

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.

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.

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.