ACCESS VIA MOUNT GARNET AND VIA KENNEDY
On December 6, 2014 the Cardwell Shire Council reopened the Kirrama Range Road from the intersection with Kennedy Creek Road to the Shire boundary, a distance of approximately 18kms. As a result, visitors will be able to access Blencoe Falls, Girringun National Park, from both, Mount Garnet and Kennedy. For further information contact the Cassowary Coast Regional Council on 1300 763 903. 
BLENCOE FALLS
Location:112 Km from Mount Garnet Post Office
The sign shown below is located on the Kennedy Hwy four kilometres from the Mount Garnet Post Office, at the Gunnawarra Rd turn-off. Please note camping booking details.
The beauty of Blencoe Falls was probably one of Queensland’s best-kept secrets until most of the second series of American reality television ‘Survivor’, was filmed on its location.
The following description at the entrance anticipates what you will see for yourself: Blencoe Creek plunges 90m to the pool below, before cascading a further 230m to the base of the gorge. This is Blencoe Falls, one of the most stunning waterfalls in Australia. Blencoe Falls is a section of the Girringun National Park, part of the traditional lands of the Warungnu Aboriginal people, who hope you will enjoy visiting, being respectful of the fact that this is their sacred place. The entire landscape is magnificent, with the hoop pine rainforest valley below. Those who have camped in the area have found it great for bushwalking, mountain biking, swimming, kayaking and fishing.  
You’ll have to drive through several cattle stations and watch for small signs placed on trees. Due to the rough nature of the unsealed bush roads it is recommended that visits to Blencoe Falls should be attempted only on dry weather, preferably with a 4WD vehicle.
BLENCOE FALLS
ACCESS VIA MOUNT GARNET AND VIA KENNEDY
On December 6, 2014 the Cardwell Shire Council reopened the Kirrama Range Road from the intersection with Kennedy Creek Road to the Shire boundary, a distance of approximately 18kms. As a result, visitors will be able to access Blencoe Falls, Girringun National Park, from both, Mount Garnet and Kennedy. For further information contact the Cassowary Coast Regional Council on 1300 763 903. 
Location:112 Km from Mount Garnet Post Office
The sign shown below is located on the Kennedy Hwy four kilometres from the Mount Garnet Post Office, at the Gunnawarra Rd turn-off. Please note camping booking details.
BLENCOE FALLS
The beauty of Blencoe Falls was probably one of Queensland’s best-kept secrets until most of the second series of American reality television ‘Survivor’, was filmed on its location.
The following description at the entrance anticipates what you will see for yourself: Blencoe Creek plunges 90m to the pool below, before cascading a further 230m to the base of the gorge. This is Blencoe Falls, one of the most stunning waterfalls in Australia. Blencoe Falls is a section of the Girringun National Park, part of the traditional lands of the Warungnu Aboriginal people, who hope you will enjoy visiting, being respectful of the fact that this is their sacred place. The entire landscape is magnificent, with the hoop pine rainforest valley below. Those who have camped in the area have found it great for bushwalking, mountain biking, swimming, kayaking and fishing.  
You’ll have to drive through several cattle stations and watch for small signs placed on trees. Due to the rough nature of the unsealed bush roads it is recommended that visits to Blencoe Falls should be attempted only on dry weather, preferably with a 4WD vehicle.
The sign shown below is located on the Kennedy Hwy four kilometres from the Mount Garnet Post Office, at the Gunnawarra Rd turn-off. Please note camping booking details.
BLENCOE FALLS
Location:112 Km from Mount Garnet Post Office
ACCESS VIA MOUNT GARNET AND VIA KENNEDY
On December 6, 2014 the Cardwell Shire Council reopened the Kirrama Range Road from the intersection with Kennedy Creek Road to the Shire boundary, a distance of approximately 18kms. As a result, visitors will be able to access Blencoe Falls, Girringun National Park, from both, Mount Garnet and Kennedy. For further information contact the Cassowary Coast Regional Council on 1300 763 903. 
The sign shown below is located on the Kennedy Hwy four kilometres from the Mount Garnet Post Office, at the Gunnawarra Rd turn-off. Please note camping booking details.
The beauty of Blencoe Falls was probably one of Queensland’s best-kept secrets until most of the second series of American reality television ‘Survivor’, was filmed on its location.
The following description at the entrance anticipates what you will see for yourself: Blencoe Creek plunges 90m to the pool below, before cascading a further 230m to the base of the gorge. This is Blencoe Falls, one of the most stunning waterfalls in Australia. Blencoe Falls is a section of the Girringun National Park, part of the traditional lands of the Warungnu Aboriginal people, who hope you will enjoy visiting, being respectful of the fact that this is their sacred place. The entire landscape is magnificent, with the hoop pine rainforest valley below. Those who have camped in the area have found it great for bushwalking, mountain biking, swimming, kayaking and fishing.  
You’ll have to drive through several cattle stations and watch for small signs placed on trees. Due to the rough nature of the unsealed bush roads it is recommended that visits to Blencoe Falls should be attempted only on dry weather, preferably with a 4WD vehicle.