Location: Girringun National Park, North Queensland, Australia
Height: 320 m
Elevation: 517 m
Number of drops: 2
Longest drop: 230 m
Blencoe Falls is a segmented waterfall system on Blencoe Creek and is located in the Far North region of Queensland, Australia. Access is via the dirt road that winds its way up the Kirrama Range. There is a camping area located next to Blencoe Creek and a walking track – Jabali Track – that leads to the Blencoe Falls and Herbert River Lookouts. The views are outstanding!
You could also challenge yourself to a rope swing, abseil, or a canyoning adventure here if you are both skilled and keen. There are bolts at the top of Blencoe Falls that allow for a massive rappel.
If you walk upstream from the falls just past the last campsite, you'll encounter a neat little waterfall. This whole area is quite beautiful and tranquil.