Waterfalls DVD - Ken Davis
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                                     Stunning Visuals Of Australian Waterfalls and Rainforest

Ken filmed with his passion for music the spectacular  waterfalls of Far North Queensland Australia The DVD features The Barron Gorge: Mossman Gorge: Mungalli Falls: Zillie Falls :Ellinjaa Falls: Millaa Millaa Falls and many more water features.  Serene flowing waterfalls and nature sounds will leave you totally relaxed and inspired time after time.

Three Audio Tracks For Your Listening Pleasure
1. Nature and Piano
2.Piano Only
3.Nature Sounds Only

Many Extra Features Playing For Over One Hour With Features

Ken's Music Catalogue With Samples Feature On This  DVD.



Waterfalls Featured!

Millaa Millaa Falls  (World Famous Falls In Far North Queensland)

Millaa Millaa Falls are visited by many many thousands of people each year.
The rainforest has bush walks. Many birds and other wildlife may be seen by the keen observer. The Falls are a popular bathing spot on a hot day.The cliff formation in the basalt rocks in the picture to the left is the result of three distinct lava flows and features columnar basalt due to the slow cooling of the bottom lava flow.

Ellinjaa Falls  The Atherton Tablelands, Far North Queensland .

Elllinjaa Falls, one of the scenic falls on the "waterfalls circuit"  of the Atherton Tablelands.

Josephine Falls

Exploring Josephine Falls

Have a picnic at Josephine Falls. Picnic tables, a shelter shed, a coin-operated gas barbecue and toilets are provided in the picnic area near the carpark..

Go for a short walk through the rainforest to the falls. For your safety, do not enter the restricted access area around the top of the falls. Go birdwatching or wildlife watching. Lists of common birds and other animals are available from the Ranger.

Wooroonooran is a bushwalking haven for keen, experienced, fit walkers.
The Mt Bartle Frere trail leads to the summit from Josephine Falls or the Atherton Tableland. Both routes are 75km, steep and very challenging. Allow two days. Bush camping is allowed along the route. No facilities are provided. Obtain your permit from the self-registration station at the start of the trail.

The dry season from May to October is the best time for bushwalking. Be prepared for cold nights and strong winds. Rain can be heavy and prolonged in the Wet.


Wear a hat and sunscreen. Check track and weather conditions before hiking in the park. Leave your walking plans with a responsible friend or relative and advise your safe return.

Getting there

Josephine Falls is 75km south of Cairns. Turn off the Bruce Highway 2km south of Miriwinni and drive 8km to Josephine Falls. The western approach is from Gourka Road, about 15km south-east of Malanda via Topaz Road.

Further Information
Josephine Falls Section
Wooroonooran NP
ph (07) 4067 6304
fax (07) 4067 6443

    Many More Waterfalls And Extras Featured On This  DVD

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