Murray Falls, Girrramay National Park is in the foothills of the Kirrama Range and is part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Murray Falls is one of the prettiest waterfalls in north Queensland, with spectacular water-sculpted rocks and crystal clear pools.
The day-use area is a great location for a picnic. The falls can be viewed from the boardwalk and viewing platform. For the more adventurous, a walking track through the rainforest will take you to a lookout, with views of the falls and the Murray Valley.
Camping is permitted at Murray Falls, Girramay National Park. Permits are required and fees apply. A tag with your booking number must be displayed at your campsite. Camping permits should be booked in advance.
Campground features: A large, open, grassy camping area with shady trees.
Location: At Murray Falls.
Access: The camping area can be reached by conventional vehicle.
Number of sites: Open area without separately defined sites.
Campsites are suitable for: tent camping beside your car, caravans, camper trailers, motor homes and large groups.
Campsite surface: Grass.
Facilities: Wheelchair-accessible toilets, cold showers, picnic tables, rubbish bins, individual fire rings and a gas barbecue (located in the day-use area).
Open fires: Allowed (except when fire bans apply) in fire rings only. Firewood is not provided and must not be collected from the national park.
Generators: Not allowed.
Bookings: Book online, over-the-counter, or by phone. Advance bookings are recommended for holiday periods.
Mobile phone coverage: Not available.
AddressMurray Falls Girramay National Park
Murray Upper, Queensland, 4854
Coordinates & Contact Details-18.153522, 145.81528413 74 68
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