Millaa Millaa Falls was used as a rest stop for the early horse and mule pack teams that traversed the Palmerston track when travelling to and from the Herberton mining fields
Millaa Millaa Falls
The Falls has been a popular destination since 1920s.
Mamu Tropical Skywalk
explore one of the largest-remaining continuous stands of complex vine forest on basalt soils in the Wet Tropics
José Paronella originally purchased the 13 acres of virgin scrub along Mena Creek in 1929 for £120. Turning it into the place to stop on your travels between Townsville and the Cairns Hinterland.
Positioned on the banks of Mena Creek, Paronella Park enjoys the company of many locals.
Installing Hydroelectric power at Mena Creek Falls, José Paronella was the first man in North Queensland to enjoy the benefits of electricity.
Enjoy a light breakfast on the balcony over looking a volcanic crater lake. Take the picturesque drive out to one of the most easily recognised Water Falls in the region. Enjoy lunch on the deck at Mungalli Creek Bio-Dynamic Dairy over looking the rolling hills of Millaa Millaa with Mt Bartle Frere in the background. Get a little adventurous & visit Tchupala & Wallicher Falls. Have your breath taken away at Crawford Lookout. Get high above the canopy and see as far as the eye can see at the Mamu Tropical skywalk. Finish the day at Queenslands number one tourist attraction and enjoy the peacful sounds of the rainforest.
Lake Barrine Millaa Millaa Falls Mungalli Creek Bio-Dynamic Dairy Tchupala & Wallicher Falls Crawford Lookout Mamu Tropical Skywalk Paronella Park
Pick ups by 0700
Return @ 1900
Number of stops - 7
Km Travelled - 331km
Passengers - 1 to 4
Morning beverage to hit the road with
Hand made local chocolate
Chilled Water & Soft drink
My partner and I did this tour and loved it. James has so much local knowledge and passion for the area. His knowledge...