Welcome to Australian Waterfalls


This website is about Australian waterfalls. It was created with the purpose of helping people to find and reach waterfalls with a minimum amount of trouble.
It is completely searchable, with every waterfall having an entry that includes the waterfall name, a description of the falls, directions for the road and the trail, and the waterfall's vital statistics and photo. Each waterfall is also rated and includes honest advice for the best time to go to the falls.
  • If you are looking for visiting the most popular/easy accessible waterfalls, please refer to the Must See Waterfalls article. 
  • If you are searching for waterfalls in a specific state or region, please refer to the Waterfalls by State tab.
  • If you want to see all the Australian waterfalls on a map, please refer to Waterfalls Interactive Map tab.
  • If you would like to get a list of all Australian waterfalls or searching for a waterfall with specific criteria, please refer to the Waterfalls Custom Search tab.

Recently published waterfalls

Purling Brook Falls

Published: 22 January 2019

One of the tallest waterfalls near Gold Cost, Purling Brook Falls, 106m, is located in Springbrook National Park. The top of the falls is seen from parking, however 2hrs circuit gives you an excellent opportunity to walk to the waterfalls’ base.

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Morans Falls

Published: 22 January 2019

Morans Falls is, perhaps, the easiest waterfall to access in Lamington National Park. 1.5 hours return walk brings you to the upper falls lookout, then to its top.

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Toolona Creek Cascades

Published: 22 January 2019

Toolona Falls, Chalahn Falls, Toolona Creek Cascades and Elabana Falls are found along Toolona Creek circuit. Enjoy 6 hours return walk and opportunity to visit 4 waterfalls at once, excellent views and swim in Picnic Rock waterhole.

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