The Barron Falls is a steep tiered cascade waterfall on the Barron River located where the river descends from the Atherton Tablelands to the Cairns coastal plain, in Queensland, Australia.
There is a video at the bottom of this post which shows you the falls in the wet season. It's been well done and is from Youtube.
The pathway where we begin.
Note is doesn't say how far the walk is, but about 15 minutes there.
Some of the scenery along the walk.
A place to rest, needed for us.
Walked over a bridge and looked down, the train line.
Cable cars from where we were standing on the viewing platform.
This photo was taken before we went lower.
Give an idea how far away we were and how the falls cascade in the dry season, remembering we are in the tropics where there are only 2 season - wet, summer - dry, winter.
The top of the falls.
Barron Falls in the Wet from the Skyrail.
Barron Falls is a National Park and the water from the falls supplies the Power Station at the Barron Falls Hydroelectric Station - shown in my post about Surprise Falls.