Despite doing dozens of waterfalls in Queensland, we weren’t bored of them just yet, and decided to take a look at Boundary Falls. As it was, we made a booking for one night and never made it because I spent 5 hours waiting in the emergency department to get a catfish barb wound checked out, but that’s another story from our stay at Copmanhurst Boat Ramp.
Where is Boundary Falls?
In the end, we called in for about an hour to check the camping area out, and the falls, and thought it was well worth it. You’ll find this place in between Grafton and Glen Innes, not too far off the highway.
What’s the camping like?
The camp sites here are pretty nice. They’re big, shady and there’s not too many, which makes it quite a peaceful place to be. The firewood is provided, and the fire pits are really good, which was nice to see.
There’s a standard drop toilet, and the walks begin fairly close to camp.
Costs and bookings
We paid $16 for our family for one night, and you need to book in advance as there is zero reception at the camping area themselves.
We thought these falls were quite pretty. You can see them from the start of the walk, and then its just a quick descent down mainly stairs to the creek, which is stunning. A short walk later and you are at the base of the falls, which are different again, and very picturesque.
Wear enclosed shoes if you can, and check yourself for leaches when you get back to the car, as we picked up a couple in between our toes from wearing thongs.