Millaa Millaa Falls, Millaa Millaa

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Millaa Millaa Falls is a heritage-listed plunge waterfall at Theresa Creek Road, Millaa Millaa, Tablelands Region, Queensland, Australia. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 5 December 2005.

The falls are adjacent to the town of Millaa Millaa on the Atherton Tableland. 'Millaa Millaa' is a MaMu Aboriginal phrase referring to the rainforest vine Elaeagnus Triflora whose fruit appears from May to February. A popular destination of international tour operators, the falls are 18.3 metres (60 ft) high with a pool suitable for swimming at their base. The Millaa Millaa Falls are accessed by sealed road off the Palmerston Highway about 5 minutes from the township of Millaa Millaa.

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  • What a perfect waterfall . It is a short distance from the car park and a must see for anyone visiting the Tablelands.  more »
  • It was a miserable rainy day and 6am when I saw the falls, and not a lot of fall, but they are still impressive. Will have to come back again when the weather is better.  more »

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