Jourama Falls, cliff face and surrounding forest.

Jourama Falls track, Paluma Range National Park

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Ingham, Queensland

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Jourama Falls, Paluma Range National Park,
Ingham,
Queensland
4850.

In the Jourama Falls section of Paluma Range National Park, Waterview Creek tumbles down many picturesque cascades and rapids, offering beautiful spots to relax, camp, walk and enjoy watching birds, butterflies and other native wildlife. Rainforest grows on the higher slopes and fringes the creek. Poplar gum, bloodwood, Moreton Bay ash and cocky apple trees are common in the open woodland. Jourama Falls track starts at the end of the road, past the main camping area. This pleasant hike along the creek to the lookout is well worth the reward. At the signposted junction, just beyond the creek crossing, continue to the lookout or visit the creek further upstream. The 600m track to the lookout is all uphill but you will be rewarded with views out over the falls and the World Heritage-listed landscape. On the return leg, stop to explore the creek and its lush vegetation. You can even slip into the clear water to cool off....

Product Types

  • Trails

Accessibility Information

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

Activities you can engage in

  • Birdwatching
  • Swimming
  • Walks

Itineraries

  • Jourama Falls track, Paluma Range National Park

    Jourama Falls, cliff face and surrounding forest.Coupe sitting beside Waterview Creek.

    In the Jourama Falls section of Paluma Range National Park, Waterview Creek tumbles down many picturesque cascades and rapids, offering beautiful spots to relax, camp, walk and enjoy watching birds, butterflies and other native wildlife. Rainforest grows on the higher slopes and fringes the creek. Poplar gum, bloodwood, Moreton Bay ash and cocky apple trees are common in the open woodland. Jourama Falls track starts at the end of the road, past the main camping area. This pleasant hike along the creek to the lookout is well worth the reward. At the signposted junction, just beyond the creek crossing, continue to the lookout or visit the creek further upstream. The 600m track to the lookout is all uphill but you will be rewarded with views out over the falls and the World Heritage-listed landscape. On the return leg, stop to explore the creek and its lush vegetation. You can even slip into the clear water to cool off. This walk is managed by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. The map only shows an indicative start point; the track route and end point are not shown, and the map cannot be used for navigation purposes. See www.des.qld.gov.au for detailed maps and the latest park information. When you are in the park, read the signs at and near the start of the track.

    Facilities found here

    • Carpark
    • Lookouts

    Travel Method

    • Walk

    Route Type

    • Return over same path

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Coupole sitting on log beside Waterview Creek.