Tumoulin State Forest and Tumoulin Forest Reserve Tropical North Queensland

McKenzie Falls, Tumoulin Forest Reserve. Photo: Ian Holloway, Queensland Government

Things to do

    McKenzie Falls. Photo: Ian Holloway, Queensland Government

    McKenzie Falls. Photo: Ian Holloway, Queensland Government

    Fringe lily. Photo: Tamara Vallance, Queensland Government

    Fringe lily. Photo: Tamara Vallance, Queensland Government

    Camping and accommodation

    Camping

    Camping is not allowed in Tumoulin State Forest or Tumoulin Forest Reserve.

    Other accommodation

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

    Walking

    McKenzie Falls track(Grade: easy)

    Distance: 600 m return
    Time: allow 15 minutes walking time
    Details: Take this short, easy walk through the forest from the car park to the top of McKenzie Falls. The Millstream River tumbles over this multi-tiered waterfall on its way down the Millstream Valley. Look for fringe lilies and resurrection plants along the track and native violets on the rocks beside the falls.

    Driving and bicycling

    Drive or ride Tumoulin State Forest and Tumoulin Forest Reserve’s network of internal roads. Vehicles must be road registered. Only gazetted roads are shown on the map (PDF, 184.1KB) and intersections may or may not be signposted. The internal roads are suitable for four-wheel-drive vehicles only.

    Horse riding

    Special provisions have been made to allow horse riding on roads in Tumoulin State Forest and Tumoulin Forest Reserve. Only gazetted roads are shown on the map (PDF, 184.1KB) and intersections may or may not be signposted.

    • There are currently no park alerts for this park.