Dinner Falls is a circuit located on a section of the upper Barron River. The circuit contains sections of plunge, segmented and cascading falls, with a picnic area for visitors. The path to Dinner Falls adjoins the walk to the crater at Mount Hypipamee National Park. There is a 400 metre bitumen walking track through the rainforest that leads to a viewing platform above the crater. There is also a viewing area for Dinner Falls located further upstream along the river.
With its diverse wilderness and abundant national parks, Tropical North Queensland is home to many beautiful waterfalls and swimming holes. It’s important to always follow the advice from Queensland Parks and never venture into out of bounds areas, flooded waters or dangerous areas to prevent serious injury or death.
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