Sunday Selections – take two!

(A little late in the day – this is take two.  I’ve had to work on my iPad today and when I hit publish nothing was the way it was supposed to be.)

Here is Big and Wide along with High and Mighty 🙂

3 yrs ago (back in 2012) during our winter trip ‘up north’ we visited a spot not far (150kms) from Cairns, Far North Queensland.  Close to Ravenshoe we found Millstream Falls.  These are some photos I never got round to showing on the blog.


Plunging over the edge of a columnar basalt lava flow ‘Big Millstream Falls’ is reputedly the widest single drop waterfall in Australia.  A walking track leads to a viewing area over the falls.  Here in the rain shadow of the Great Dividing Range, the dry open woodland vegetation is predominately Eucalyptus.

Yes it was a bit of a walk from the car park – every now and again you’d see and hear the  falls in the distance.  Definitely worth it in the end 🙂







Standing there looking at all that water tumbling over the edge reminded me of another set of falls we have visited several Times before. I haven’t shown these photos either lol



Sunday Selections is a weekly meme hosted by River at Drifting through Life as a means of showing photos that have not already featured on the blog.

Here are some contributors to Sunday Selections



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Sunday Selections Week 46

9 thoughts on “Sunday Selections – take two!

  1. I love a waterfall.. 🙂 great pics! That is one thing I love about Sunday Selections – posting photos that have been sitting in a folder waiting for their time to shine.. 🙂


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