Millstream Falls National Park Tropical North Queensland

Photo credit: © Jodie Bray

Things to do

    The track to the Big Millstream Falls lookout is steep but sealed. Photo: Gary Featonby.

    The track to the Big Millstream Falls lookout is steep but sealed. Photo: Gary Featonby.

    Big Millstream Falls lookout. Photo: Tamara Vallance, Queensland Government

    Big Millstream Falls lookout. Photo: Tamara Vallance, Queensland Government

    Views of Little Millstream Falls from the walking track. Photo: Tamara Vallance.

    Views of Little Millstream Falls from the walking track. Photo: Tamara Vallance.

    Camping and accommodation

    Camping

    Camping is not permitted in Millstream Falls National Park.

    Other accommodation

    There is a range of holiday accommodation on the Atherton and Evelyn tablelands. For more information, see the tourism information links.

    Walking

    There are three walking tracks at Millstream Falls National Park, two from the Big Millstream Falls carpark and one at Little Millstream Falls.

    Big Millstream Falls lookout(Grade: moderate)

    Distance: 680m return
    Time: allow 15min walking time
    Details: Follow the steep but sealed walking track through the forest to the lookout over Big Millstream Falls. Rock seats are provided along the track and at the lookout.

    World War II Heritage track (Grade: easy)

    Distance: 1km return
    Time: allow 45min walking time
    Details: Enjoy this easy walk through an area used by the 2/14th and 2/28th Battalions of the Australian Army during WWII. Informative signs tell of the conditions at the time and show how the soldiers lived, worked and played.

    Little Millstream Falls track (Grade: moderate–difficult)

    Distance: 700m return
    Time: allow 25min walking time
    Details: Follow the steep and narrow walking track to the base of Little Millstream Falls. Enjoy views of the falls from numerous points along the track, and look for platypus in the pool at its base.

    Trail-bike riding and four-wheel driving

    Ride trail-bikes and drive four-wheel-drives through Millstream Falls National Park on the internal roads and firebreaks. Riders and drivers must be licensed and trail-bikes and vehicles must be registered. Expect to share the roads with pedestrians, cyclists and other vehicles.

    Stay on formed roads—trail-bikes and vehicles are not permitted off-road, including on walking tracks and boardwalks.

    For more information, see trail-bike riding and four-wheel driving.

    Mountain biking

    Mountain bike through the Millstream Falls National Park on the internal roads and firebreaks. Expect to share the roads with pedestrians, motorbikes, vehicles and other cyclists.

    Mountain bikes are not permitted on walking tracks or boardwalks.

    For more information, see cycling.

    Guided tours and talks

    Several tour companies visit Millstream Falls National Park as part of their tours of the tablelands. For more information, see the tourism information links.

    Picnic and day-use areas

    The Big Millstream Falls day-use area is in shady surrounds and provides barbecues, tables and toilets. Please do not collect wood from the national park.

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