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Waterfalls in Queensland
Waterfall Seasons - The Waterfall Guide

Lush rainforest and chalky drops, here is my guide to waterfalls in Queensland. Find out the best time to visit with this seasonal guide, which recommends the best time of year and the best time of day to visit each waterfall using hydrologic knowledge, to get the most out of your visit. Compiled by hydrologist Brad Neal, the guide also includes information about how to get there, facilities available, viewing angles, waterfall dimensions, swimming opportunities, a photo/video and my personal impressions. This website only includes waterfalls that I have personally visited and photographed, which in Queensland at the current time consists of waterfalls on the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. Waterfall Seasons of Queensland - The Waterfall Guide Above: The up close view from under the ledge of Serenity Falls on the Sunshine Coast (Order this image)
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Serenity Falls, Buderim on the Sunsine Coast

Waterfall Seasons - Guide to Serenity Falls (aka Buderim Falls) A fine silver curtain of water falls delicately into a rock chasm surrounded by the lush rainforest of the Buderim Forest Park on the Sunshine Coast. With car parks at either end, find out which is the best place to start your walk to the falls…

Wappa Falls, Yandina on the Sunsine Coast

Waterfall Seasons - Guide to Wappa Falls Regular spills from a dam directly upstream make this an at times powerful twin waterfall in the Sunshine Coast hinterland. Time your visit to occur when the upstream dam is spilling to see this white and tan frothing cauldron in action…

If you are planning a visit to Queensland, there is a defined wet season in the tropics from November to March when it can be very wet, with the occasional cyclone. Rainfall in southern Queensland is more variable, and can occur at any time of year but is generally less intense. Waterfalls in Queensland are mostly located along the Great Dividing Range near the coast, and can be found along its length.

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