Discover Wallaman Falls, Australia's highest permanent single drop waterfall, in Girringun National Park, west of Ingham. Surrounded by World Heritage rainforest, Stony Creek plunges 268 metres in a clear single-drop, often through a rainbow-fringed cloud of mist.
Gaze at Wallaman Falls from the main lookout then walk to the second lookout which provides stunning views of the gorge and the Herbert River Valley.
The Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Site consists of approximately 8,940 km² of Australian wet tropical forests growing along the north-east Queensland portion of the Great Dividing Range. The Wet Tropics of Queensland meets all four of the criteria for natural heritage for selection as a World Heritage Site.
TYTO Wetlands is a unique 120 hectare rehabilitated wetland site that is home to over 230 species of birds and numerous tropical plant species in addition to the beautiful Agile Wallaby. The TYTO Wetlands is one of Australia’s largest urban wetland rehabilitation projects. The wetlands have been revegetated and repaired to attract a variety of birdlife. It is truly a bird watchers paradise.
Forrest Beach has long sandy beaches overlooking the Orpheus and the Palm Island group. There are lots of grassed areas with sheltered tables and barbeques, shaded playground, a stinger net open for protection during the summer months and is home to the Forrest Beach Surf Lifesaving Club.