Jourama Falls, Paluma Range National Park offers beautiful spots to relax, camp, walk and enjoy watching birds, butterflies and other native wildlife. The buff-breasted paradise-kingfisher migrates from Papua New Guinea and may be seen along the rainforest-lined creek between October and April. The open forest beyond the creek is home to the endangered mahogany glider. Camp at the popular Jourama Falls camping area or take a stroll along the one and a half kilometre track to view the falls, creek and surrounding rainforest. Look for the distinctive red flowers of weeping bottlebrush trees overhanging the creek, which attract the brilliant blue Ulysses butterfly.
Children are welcome.
There is access for guests with a disability. The toilets are wheelchair accessible.
How To Get There
Travel 24 kilometres south of Ingham, 91 kilometres north of Townsville. The last 4.5 kilometres are unsealed but can be accessed by conventional vehicles and caravans.
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