25 Most Amazing Waterfalls in Australia Kids Will Never Forget

Author: Elena Osipova | Updated Oct 26, 2023

Are you ready for an adventure that will amaze your kids? Australia is home to some of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world. And there is no better way to experience them than with your family during the Australian school holidays!

From the breathtaking beauty of Katoomba Falls in New South Wales to the spectacular King George Falls in Western Australia, below, you'll find the 25 most amazing waterfalls and waterholes in Australia that your kids will never forget.

So use this guide to prepare for an unforgettable family adventure to see the best Australian waterfalls in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania, Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory.

Wallaman Falls in Queensland is one of the most amazing waterfalls in Australia kids will never forget.
Wallaman Falls in Queensland is one of the most amazing waterfalls in Australia kids will never forget

Read about the best Australian waterfalls below:


Some of the best waterfalls in Australia to visit with kids are:

Best waterfalls in Australia

How tall is the waterfall?

Public Toilet

Entry Fee

Is it dog-friendly?

Ellenborough falls NSW

120 - 130 m / 394 - 427 ft

Yes

Free entry

Dog-friendly waterfall

Fitzroy falls NSW

160 - 220 m / 525 - 722 ft

Yes

Free entry. Parking fees apply

Dogs are not allowed

Katoomba Falls NSW

230 m / 755 ft

No toilets

Free entry

Dog-friendly waterfall

Beauchamp falls Blue Mountains NSW

16 - 26 m / 52 - 85 ft

Yes

Free entry

Dogs are not allowed

Ebor falls NSW

44 - 50 m / 144 - 164 ft

Yes

Free entry

Dogs are not allowed

Queen Mary Falls QLD

40 m / 131 ft

Yes

Free entry

Dogs are not allowed

Wallaman falls QLD

305 m / 1,001 ft

Yes

Free entry

Dogs are not allowed

Cedar Creek Falls QLD

15 - 20 m / 49 - 66 ft

Yes

Free entry

Dog-friendly waterfall

Barron Falls QLD

125 m / 410 ft

Yes

Free entry

Dogs are not allowed

Josephine Falls QLD

150 - 300 m / 492 - 984 ft

Yes

Free entry

Dogs are not allowed

MacKenzie Falls VIC

20 - 25 m / 65 - 82 ft

Yes

Free entry

Dogs are not allowed

Erskine Falls VIC

49 - 57 m / 161 - 187 ft

No toilets

Free entry

Dogs are not allowed

Sheoak Falls VIC

15 m / 49 ft

No toilets

Free entry

Dogs are not allowed

Three Falls Circuit VIC

Various heights

No toilets

Free entry

Dogs are not allowed

Steavenson Falls VIC

55 - 110 m / 180 - 361 ft

Yes

Free entry. Parking fees apply

Dogs are not allowed

Trentham Falls VIC

44 - 48 m / 144 - 157 ft

Yes

Free entry

Dog-friendly waterfall

Russell Falls TAS

34 - 58 m / 112 - 190 ft

Yes

Park Pass is required

Dogs are not allowed

Three Falls Circuit Tasmania

Various heights

Yes

Park Pass is required

Dogs are not allowed

Montezuma Falls TAS

103 - 110 m / 338 - 361 ft

Yes

Free entry

Dog-friendly waterfall

Ingalalla Falls SA

81 - 92 m / 266 - 302 ft

No toilets

Free entry

Dog-friendly waterfall

Gibraltar Falls ACT

67 - 120 m / 220 - 394 ft

Yes

Free entry

Dogs are not allowed

Mitchell Falls WA

80 m / 262 ft

No toilets

Park Pass is required

Dogs are not allowed

King George Falls WA

80 - 100 m / 262 - 328 ft

No toilets

Free entry

Dogs are not allowed

Jim Jim Falls NT

140 - 200 m / 459 - 656 ft

Yes

Park Pass is required

Dogs are not allowed

Florence Falls NT

9.8 - 15 m / 32 - 49 ft

Yes

Park Pass is required

Dogs are not allowed


Discover the best NSW waterfalls

Ready for an unforgettable family adventure? Dive into the beauty of the best NSW waterfalls like Ellenborough Falls, Fitzroy Falls, Katoomba Falls, Beauchamp Falls in the Blue Mountains, and Ebor Falls.

From the stunning falls in Sydney and the scenic waterfalls near Newcastle to the most spectacular waterfalls near Coffs Harbour and even spots where you can take a refreshing swim, there's something for everyone.

Plan a family bushwalk, hike, or a simple day out during the next school holidays to experience nature's magic!

One of the best NSW waterfalls: Fitzroy Falls (Fitzroy Falls Lookout).
One of the best NSW waterfalls: Fitzroy Falls (Fitzroy Falls Lookout)

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Plan your journey to the best waterfalls in Queensland

Looking for your next family adventure during the school holidays? Dive into the beauty of the best waterfalls in Queensland, like Queen Mary Falls, Wallaman Falls, Cedar Creek Falls, the enchanting Barron Falls, and Josephine Falls.

Whether you're exploring the stunning North Queensland waterfalls or searching for the best waterfalls near Brisbane, there's a perfect family-friendly hike waiting for you.

Cedar Creek Falls is one of the best waterfalls in Queensland.
Cedar Creek Falls is one of the best waterfalls in Queensland

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Explore the most stunning waterfalls in Victoria

Ready for a memorable outdoor adventure with your family? Next school holiday, discover the best waterfalls in Victoria.

From the iconic MacKenzie Falls in the Grampians, the serene beauty of Erskine Falls, Sheoak Falls and the Three Falls Circuit in Lorne to Trentham Falls and Steavenson Falls, you'll see Victoria's most stunning cascades.

One of the the best waterfalls in Victoria: Erskine Falls, Great Otway National Park, Great Ocean Road.
One of the the best waterfalls in Victoria: Erskine Falls, Great Otway National Park, Great Ocean Road

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Discover the best waterfalls in Tasmania

Get ready for your next school holiday adventure! Journey to Tasmania's best waterfalls, like Russell Falls, Three Falls Circuit in Mount Field National Park, and Montezuma Falls, to experience nature and family-friendly hikes.

Read on about the best waterfalls in Tasmania below.


Russell Falls in Tasmania: a perfect family-friendly adventure

Russell Falls in Tasmania is one of the best family-friendly activities near Hobart, Australia. Located in Mount Field National Park, it’s just a 1-1.5-hour drive from the city.

It's perfect for a day trip filled with adventure to see the natural beauty of this stunning three-tiered waterfall.

The stunning three-tiered Russell Falls in Tasmania.
The stunning three-tiered Russell Falls in Tasmania

Things to know about Russell Falls:

  • Visitor Centre

  • Cafe

  • Gift Shop

  • BBQs

  • Picnic grounds

  • Toilets

  • Playground

  • Lots of space

  • Camping

  • Ample parking

  • Entry is free. However, you'll need to hold a valid Parks Pass. A daily Park Pass is $41.20 per car for 8 people or $20.60 per person.

Russell Falls walks

The Russell Falls Walk is 1.4 km (25 mins return), pram-friendly and wheelchair-accessible.  easy to navigate the trail, which is perfect for a family hike. The walks start at the visitor centre.

Russell Falls is part of the Three Falls Circuit Walk in the Mount Field National Park. Read more about the beautiful 3 falls walk below.

Russell Falls map:

Russell Falls Walk, Mount Field National Park, Tasmania.
Russell Falls Walk, Mount Field National Park, Tasmania. Source: AllTrails

Russell Falls location:


Visit the breathtaking Three Falls Circuit, Tasmania

When you visit Hobart, TAS, embark on a one-day adventure with your family to hike the Three Falls Circuit in the breathtaking Mount Field National Park.

This moderate 6 km (2-2.5 hrs return) walk is perfect for families with older kids due to some steep hill sections along this walk.

Mount Field National Park, Three Falls Circuit, Tasmania.
Mount Field National Park, Three Falls Circuit, Tasmania

During this beautiful walk, you'll see three waterfalls around the area:

  • Russel Falls, one of the most famous waterfalls in Tassie

  • Horseshoe Falls, a small yet lovely waterfall

  • Lady Barron Falls, a beautiful cascading waterfall

Accessible part of the walking path in Mount Field National Park, Three Falls Circuit, Tasmania.
Accessible part of the walking path in Mount Field National Park, Three Falls Circuit, Tasmania

Things to know about the Three Falls Circuit, Tasmania:

  • Wear comfortable footwear

  • No drinking water stations in the forest, so take a water bottle with you

  • Some benches along the trail to sit and relax or have a bite

  • There is a lovely cafe at the visitor centre that offers a variety of lunch options and great coffee

  • The visitor centre offers clean toilets and a gift shop. The after-hours toilets are at the kids' playground nearby

  • Plenty of parking, BBQs, great picnic facilities and lots of space to run around

  • All Tasmanian national parks require a valid Parks Pass for entry. A daily pass is $41.20 per car / $20.60 per person

  • Dogs are not allowed.

Get ready for an unforgettable family day out at The Three Falls Circuit, one of the fun things to do in Hobart with kids! Dive into the beauty of the Tasmanian wilderness and explore a unique World Heritage site.

Three Falls Circuit Tasmania map:

Three Falls Circuit Tasmania, Mount Field National Park.
Three Falls Circuit Tasmania, Mount Field National Park. Source: AllTrails

Three Falls Circuit Tasmania location:


Visit the stunning Montezuma Falls - Tasmania's best-kept secret

Take your family on an adventure to the beautiful Montezuma Falls, the tallest waterfall in Tasmania! This hidden gem is the perfect family-friendly attraction near Queenstown.

Located in the West Coast region of Tasmania in a short 1-hour drive from the nearby towns of Zeehan, Strahan and Queenstown via the Murchison Highway.

The stunning Montezuma Falls in Tasmania.
The stunning Montezuma Falls in Tasmania. Photo: Jee Desmedt, Google Maps

Things to know about Montezuma Falls:

  • Montezuma Falls trail (8 km / 2 hours return walk) is pram-friendly and easy to navigate through the beautiful rainforest

  • Plenty of opportunities for kids to explore and discover. Kids will love it! Just bring water and snacks with you!

  • A little tunnel to walk through to get a closer look at the falls

  • The suspension bridge across the river is a unique viewpoint to see the falls and the surrounding Tasmanian wilderness.

  • Toilets at the start of the trail

  • Picnic tables at the start of the trail

  • Dogs are allowed on a leash.

Montezuma Falls hike location:


Experience must-see waterfalls in South Australia

When it comes to fun things to do in Adelaide with kids, visiting the beautiful South Australian waterfalls is a great family activity.

Dive into our guide about Adelaide's hidden gem, the stunning Ingalalla Waterfalls in Second Valley Forest Reserve, to plan your next school holiday adventure!

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Bring the whole family to Ingalalla Falls

If you're looking for Fleurieu Peninsula things to do for free during the school holidays, Ingalalla Falls is the ultimate destination for families to visit for a fun and exciting adventure!

The Ingalalla Waterfalls in South Australia is a hidden gem near Adelaide and a popular place for hiking and outdoor activities for families with kids.

Nestled in the heart of Second Valley Forest Reserve, Ingalalla Waterfalls offer a picturesque setting, perfect for kids to explore and play.

Ingalalla Falls, Second Valley Forest Reserve, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia.
Ingalalla Falls, Second Valley Forest Reserve, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia. Photo: James Watson-Drewett, Google Maps

Things to know about Ingalalla Waterfalls:

  • The falls are located in Second Valley Forest Reserve, a great place for kids to play, explore and learn about the natural environment

  • Ingalalla Falls Walk is an easy 500 m walk from the carpark. Kids will love the adventure!

  • Lots of free parking

  • Lovely picnic spot with many picnic tables and space for kids to run around and have fun

  • Playground to burn off some energy

  • Panoramic lookout points to take great photos

  • No toilet facilities at the park

  • Swimming is typically allowed

  • Camping is available if there is no total fire ban

  • Dog-friendly waterfall.

Ingalalla Falls map:

Ingalalla Falls Walk, Second Valley Forest Reserve, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia.
Ingalalla Falls Walk, Second Valley Forest Reserve, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia. Source: AllTrails

Ingalalla Falls location:


Explore the best waterfalls near Canberra

When it comes to fun things to do in Canberra with kids, exploring the stunning Gibraltar Falls in Namadgi National Park is a great place to visit for families.

Dive into our guide below to learn all you need about the best waterfalls near Canberra and make your trip planning a breeze.

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Take the kids for a day of adventure to Gibraltar Falls

Gibraltar Falls in Namadgi National Park is one of the best free things to do in Canberra for families, just a short 45-minute drive from the city.

With crystal clear water cascading down the rocks and a small pool at the top of the falls, it's a great family-friendly spot to take the kids during the school holidays to explore the natural beauty of this area.

Gibraltar Falls in Namadgi National Park, ACT.
Gibraltar Falls in Namadgi National Park, ACT

❗ Please note that the Gibraltar Falls and walking track are currently closed to the public until further notice.

Things to know before about Gibraltar Falls, Canberra:

  • The Gibraltar Falls Walk from the car park is a short 50 - 100 m trail, mostly uphill

  • Quite a few rock steps along the hike, so if you have small kids or limited mobility, the walk is not very accessible

  • The viewing platform allows seeing the lovely falls up close

  • Another relatively easy 3 km (1 hour) hiking trail is available - Gibraltar Falls Walking Track, from Gibraltar Waterfall to Woods Reserve

  • Swimming in the small pool at the top of the waterfall is allowed. However, there are no handrails or barriers, so be careful

  • Free parking with a few spaces available right near the falls' entrance. Alternatively, you can use the Woods Reserve car park

  • Toilets are available

  • Excellent BBQ facilities: gas BBQs, picnic shelter and picnic tables

  • Camping and fires are prohibited at Gibraltar Falls

  • Overnight camping is available at the Woods Reserve Camping Grounds nearby

  • No drinking water at the falls, so bring a water bottle

  • Dogs are not allowed.

Gibraltar Falls map:

Gibraltar Falls Walking Track, Namadgi National Park, ACT.
Gibraltar Falls Walking Track, Namadgi National Park, ACT. Source: AllTrails

Gibraltar Falls direction:


Adventure awaits: Waterfalls in Western Australia

Pack your bags for your next holiday journey to the most beautiful waterfalls in Western Australia, like Mitchell Falls, including Big Mertens Falls and Litlle Mertens Falls, and the majestic King George Falls in the Kimberley Region.

Below, you'll find more about Western Australia's best waterfalls.

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Take the kids on a breathtaking journey to Mitchell Falls

Mitchell Falls, Mitchell River National Park, in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia, is likely to become an unforgettable adventure for your school kids and teens during your Broome & Kimberley holidays.

It's an excellent opportunity to learn more about Aboriginal culture, take in the breathtaking views of the falls, enjoy a great outdoor adventure and create lasting memories.

Mitchell Falls, Mitchell River National Park in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia.
Mitchell Falls, Mitchell River National Park in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia. Photo by: Daniel Wolff, Google Maps

Things to know about Mitchell Falls @ Kimberley:

  • Mitchell Falls Walk is a moderate-graded 8 km (2.5-3 hrs return) walk with lots of wildlife and adventure, great for hiking and walking.

  • Discover the stunning remote red rock wilderness area

  • There’s even Aboriginal rock art, including some under Little Mertens Falls

  • The magnificent Big Mertens Falls and Litlle Mertens Falls are suitable for swimming. Swimming is not allowed anywhere else as there could be saltwater crocodiles present

  • No toilets at the Falls and on the trail. The closest toilets are at Mitchell Falls Campground.

  • An Uunguu Visitor Pass is required: $15.00 per car (12 or fewer occupants) / $8.00 per vehicle (concession)

  • Dogs are not allowed at the park

  • Mitchell Falls Campground operates on a first-come, first-served basis

  • Wet season: 01 October - 30 April. However, about 90% of the annual rainfall happens between December and March

  • Dry season: 01 May - 30 September

Mitchell Falls map:

Mitchell Falls Walk, Mitchell River National Park, Kimberley Region of Western Australia.
Mitchell Falls Walk, Mitchell River National Park, Kimberley Region of Western Australia. Source: AllTrails

Mitchell Falls direction:


Explore King George Falls by cruise or scenic flight

When it comes to the best things to do in Broome during the school holidays, visiting King George Falls in Kimberley is one of them.

Located in the remote North Kimberley Marine Park, the highest twin falls in Western Australia can only be accessed by cruise or scenic flight. What an exciting and adventurous family trip!

King George Fall, North Kimberley Marine Park, WA.
King George Fall, North Kimberley Marine Park, WA. Photo by Chris Collett, Google Maps

Things to know before going to King George Falls:

  • Cruises are available from Kununurra, WA

  • Flights depart from Broome and Kununurra, WA

  • The best time for visiting King George is April to May when the wet season is just finished, and there is plenty of water

  • No entry fees to the falls

  • Dogs are not allowed.


Explore the iconic NT waterfalls and swimming holes

Next time wondering what to do in Darwin with kids and teenagers, we recommend putting Kakadu National Park and Litchfield National Park on your bucket list!

Learn about the most beautiful waterfalls in NT - Jim Jim Falls and Florence Falls waterhole, to plan an unforgettable family holiday in Darwin, Australia!


Jim Jim Falls: an unforgettable family experience

Jim Jim Falls, the tallest waterfall in Kakadu National Park in Australia, offers an unforgettable experience for families with teens and school-aged kids.

The Jim Jim Falls Walk is an unforgettable adventure during which you'll discover the monsoon forest, giant trees, many boulders and a deep natural pool, all surrounded by impressive 200 m cliffs!

You may even meet some exotic birds and wildlife and discover the rich culture of the local Indigenous peoples.

Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu National Park, NT.
Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu National Park, NT. Photo by David Maddison, Google Maps

Things to know before going to Jim Jim Falls:

  • During the wet season (December - May) and heavy tropical rains, the only way to see Jim Jim Falls is by air

  • During the dry season (June - November), it’s possible to walk through the monsoon forest to the base of the falls through the Jim Jim plunge pool walk.

  • Three hikes of various lengths and difficulties are available.

  • Jim Jim Falls is only 4WD accessible

  • Toilets are located at the Jim Jim Falls carpark

  • Swimming is not recommended in Jim Jim Falls

  • Kakadu National Park is a wild place. Read these safety tips before you go.

  • Camping is available at Karnamarr Campground, a 15-min drive offroad

  • Dogs are not allowed

  • A valid park pass is required to enter Kakadu. An adult park pass is $40 (15 May - 31 October) / $25 (1 November - 14 May)

A thrilling bird's-eye Kakadu National Park 60-minute flight from Jabiru, NT.
A thrilling bird's-eye Kakadu National Park 60-minute flight from Jabiru, NT

Jim Jim Falls map:

Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory. Source: AllTrails.
Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory. Source: AllTrails

Jim Jim Falls direction:


Splash into fun at Florence Falls waterhole

Florence Falls and Litchfield swimming holes are a must-see for families visiting Darwin during the school holidays.

Florence Falls Waterhole, Litchfield Park, NT.
Florence Falls Waterhole, Litchfield Park, NT. Photo by Alex Todorovic, Google Maps

Things to know before going to Florence Falls in Litchfield Park:

  • The Falls are the most stunning during the wet season (December - May) and the start of the dry season (June - November).

  • Several Litchfield swimming holes are available: the Florence Falls large plunge pool, Florence Creek at the top of the falls and Buley Rockhole.

  • Florence Falls Walk to the viewpoint is an easy-graded 120 m walk. To get to the bottom of the falls, you can either go down 160 stairs (which could be hard for little children and is not pram-accessible) or take the 1 km monsoon Florence Falls hike with just a few steps.

  • Florence Falls waterhole is crocodile free, making it a perfect spot to escape the heat!

  • Bring your goggles to swim under the waterfall and watch fish swimming around.

  • Sometimes swimming could be prohibited due to seasonal weather conditions

  • Supervise your kids closely, as the rocks could be slippery.

  • Jumping from the high rocks is prohibited

  • Dogs are not allowed

  • Ample parking

  • Public toilets

  • BBQ facilities

  • Picnic areas

  • From 3rd April 2023, a valid Parks Pass at $10 is required to visit the park.

Florence Falls map:

Florence Falls Walk, Litchfield National Park, NT.
Florence Falls Walk, Litchfield National Park, NT. Source: AllTrails

Florence Falls direction:

Litchfield National Park map:

Litchfield National Park map. Source: Parks & Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory.
Litchfield National Park map. Source: Parks & Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory

Litchfield tours from Darwin

These Litchfield National Park tours are both educational and fun, providing the perfect opportunity for families to explore and discover the beauty of this unique park:

See the magnificent Litchfield National Park with a 1-day tour from Darwin.
See the magnificent Litchfield National Park with a 1-day tour from Darwin
A day trip to Litchfield National Park from Darwin.
A day trip to Litchfield National Park from Darwin

Don't miss out on an incredible opportunity to explore Litchfield National Park with your family. Pack a picnic lunch to enjoy your time with your loved ones, or book a tour today and embark on an adventure you'll never forget.


Australia is home to some of the most breathtaking waterfalls in the world, and these 25 falls are the perfect destinations for families looking for a unique and unforgettable adventure during the next Australian school holidays.

From the picturesque Katoomba Falls in NSW to the majestic Mitchell Falls in WA, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

The cascading waters and lush surroundings of Fitzroy Falls in NSW, Queen Mary Falls and Josephine Falls in QLD, MacKenzie Falls and ​​Erskine Falls in VIC, Gibraltar Falls in the ACT, and more beautiful waterfalls featured in this article are must-see destinations for families looking for a unique and exciting adventure.

These amazing waterfalls are sure to create memories that will last a lifetime!

Don’t forget to share this article with fellow parents and guardians to help them plan the upcoming school holidays!

Frequently Asked Questions

The closest falls to the town of Falls Creek in Victoria, Australia, are Fainter Falls, located at C531, Bogong VIC 3699, in the Alpine National Park.

Wallaman Falls in Queensland is Australia's biggest permanent single-drop waterfall.

Australia's tallest waterfall is Wallaman Falls, located in the Girringun National Park, Queensland. It is 305m / 1,001 ft tall.

The three biggest waterfalls in Australia are Wallaman Falls in Queensland, Wollomombi Falls and Ellenborough falls in New South Wales. Wallaman Falls is the tallest at 305m / 1,001 ft, Wollomombi Falls is 170m / 558 ft tall, and Ellenborough Falls is between 120-130m / 394-427 ft tall. Learn more about the most beautiful Australian waterfalls.

Wallaman Falls, Wollomombi Falls and Ellenborough falls are the three tallest waterfalls in Australia. Other Australia's major waterfalls include: Fitzroy falls, Horseshoe falls, Katoomba Falls, Jim Jim Falls, Barron Falls, Josephine Falls, Liffey Falls, Montezuma Falls, Steavenson Falls, Mitchell falls, King George falls, Ingalalla Falls and Gibraltar Falls. Learn more.

Cedar Creek Falls, Queen Mary Falls, Wallaman Falls, Barron Falls and Josephine Falls are the most visited waterfalls in Queensland. MacKenzie Falls, Erskine Falls and Steavenson Falls are the most visited waterfalls in Victoria. Fitzroy falls and Katoomba Falls are the most visited waterfalls in New South Wales. Russell Falls is the most visited waterfall in Tasmania. Learn more.

Wallaman Falls in Queensland is the largest permanent single-drop waterfall in Australia.

Jim Jim Falls (a 4-hour drive from Darwin) and Florence Falls (a 2-hour drive from Darwin) are the famous waterfalls in Darwin, Australia. Learn more.

MacKenzie Falls, Steavenson Falls, Trentham Falls, Beauchamp Falls and Erskine Falls are the famous waterfalls in Victoria. Ellenborough falls, Beauchamp Falls, Ebor falls, Fitzroy falls and Katoomba Falls are popular waterfalls in New South Wales. Wallaman Falls, Queen Mary Falls, Cedar Creek Falls, Barron Falls and Josephine Falls are the well-known Queensland waterfalls. Learn more.

There are around 350 waterfalls in Australia, with the majority located in New South Wales, followed by Queensland.

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Victoria Falls is bigger than Niagara Falls. Victoria Falls is 108 m (355 ft) while Niagara Falls is 51 m (167 ft).

Angel Falls (Venezuela), Tugela Falls (South Africa) and Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe & Zambia)

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