About Jourama Falls
A picturesque waterfall on Waterview Creek, rainforest, vine forest and open woodland are protected in this section of Paluma Range National Park in the foothills of the Seaview Range.
Rainforest grows on the higher slopes and fringes the creek. Poplar gum, bloodwood, Moreton Bay ash and cocky apple trees are common in the open woodland.
- Read more about the natural environment of Jourama Falls, Paluma Range National Park.
Looking after the park
- Never chase, scare or feed animals.
- Never leave food, dirty dishes or bars of soap unattended—Australian brush-turkeys and native giant white-tailed rats are nature’s perfect thieves.
- Take all rubbish with you including food scraps.
- Take care not to pollute fresh water. Do not use soap, shampoo or detergents in or near creeks.
- Fires are not allowed. Use fuel stoves or the gas barbecues provided.
- Stay on the track. Never cut corners or create new tracks.
See the guidelines on caring for parks for more information about protecting our environment and heritage in parks.
Jourama Falls, Paluma Range National Park is managed by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, in collaboration with the Wet Tropics Management Authority, for the purposes of nature conservation and nature-based recreation.
Tourism information links
Townsville Bulletin Square Visitor Information Centre
334A Flinders Street, Townsville QLD 4810
ph (07) 4726 2700
Hinchinbrook Visitor Information Centre
Cnr Bruce Highway and Cooper Street, Ingham QLD 4850
ph (07) 4776 4790
Rainforest and Reef Information Centre
142 Victoria Street, Cardwell QLD 4849
ph (07) 4066 8601
Managed by Great Green Way Tourism Incorporated.
For information on road conditions contact:
RACQ (The Royal Automobile Club of Queensland)
www.racq.com.au (see Travel>Maps and Directions>Road Conditions)
ph 1300 130 595 for 24hr road reports
For tourism information for all regions in Queensland see Queensland Holidays.
The natural, cultural and historical significance of Jourama Falls
- Wet season safety information: significant stream rises at swimming locations within Paluma Range National Park 1 November 2022 to 6 April 2023