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Your Whitsundays Experience Starts Here...

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A haven of natural beauty and tranquillity, Cedar Creek Falls, Australia is the perfect place for a dip in clear water. Like a well-kept secret, this spot is hidden away behind trees and rocks. Walking through the path, the trees and bushes give way to a gem of a place that now has a loyal following. Surrounded by cedar trees, a rocky wall, a cascading waterfall, complete with sparkling water, Cedar Creek Falls is rightly named.

This natural waterhole is a getaway by itself and a must-visit whether you are here for a short or long holiday. Although this spot is beautiful all year round, it is especially vibrant after a downpour.

Cedar Creek Falls is a favourite among tourists and locals who want to unwind on the weekend. For a shower under the cool waterfall or a dip in the clear water, this place is the perfect option. Birds and butterflies are also part of the natural habitat here, as are the various types of flora and fauna. Cedar Creek Falls is the perfect place to spend few hours with friends, family, a loved one, or even by yourself.

The clean air, fresh water, and rocky terrain are superb to let your hair down and just have some fun. Whether you’re here to relax or look for some adventure, Cedar Creek Falls is the place you should try.

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How to Get to Cedar Creek Falls

This picturesque beauty is located 30 kilometres from Airlie beach and 20 kilometres from Proserpine. It is located midway between these two locations and is a quick drive away. The drive to Cedar Creek Falls from Airlie Beach is in itself an experience with the cane fields bordering the roads and beautiful landscape for as far as the eye can see. The falls are a short walk away from the parking area.

What to Carry

A towel, sunscreen, and an insect repellent will make your visit even more wonderful!

Please Note: For your own safety, jumping and diving from the waterfall is strictly prohibited.

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