You’ll fall for the rolling landscape
Spida Everitt finds he doesn’t have to travel too far from home to find some ofthe most delightful views and spectacular waterfalls in the country
EVERY few months we sit down and make a list of all the places we haven’t been to, but should. We receive a lot of emails each week asking us to visit a particular town. So a few months ago we decided to answer the multitude of emails begging us to visit Killarney.
I must admit thought at first I had no idea where it was, not even what state. I was shocked to know it is only 2 ½ hours’ drive from our home on the Gold Coast.
Where on earth have I been hiding? Or should I say who has been hiding Killarney?
With a population of just over 800 people and only one pub, it is far from a hustling bustling city and that is exactly how the locals want to keep it. However, this tiny rural town is the entrance point to a superbly unspoilt part of Queensland.
Tucked close to the border of Queensland and New South Wales, along the McPherson Range, Killarney is home to five of the most spectacular waterfalls and equally spectacular views. The part I love the most is that it is totally untouched – the rolling farmland, secluded valleys and, of course, those waterfalls up on