Nandroya Falls was an attractive multi-tiered waterfall said to have a cumulative drop of 50m. It seemed to us to be one of those obscure waterfalls amongst the plethora of waterfalls in the Atherton Tablelands. Perhaps the reason for this perception was that we had to earn our visit to the falls going on a loop walk that was 5.3km long. The two main tiers of the falls were falling at different angles from each other. There was also a bonus waterfall sighting at Silver Creek Falls along the way. The Nandroya Falls circuit track is one of several access points along the Palmerston Highway allowing walkers to explore the ancient rainforest of the southern end of Wooroonooran National Park. At Nandroya Falls, Douglas Creek drops in a narrow, uninterrupted, 50 meter fall from a basalt parapet. Cross the footbridge at the west of the Henrietta Creek camping area. From here it is 2.2 kilometers to the falls by the shortest route. After a short distance the track divides. The branch on the left leads directly to Nandroya Falls, a distance from here of 1.7 kilometers. It winds along the upper valley of Douglas Creek, passing the pretty, 10 meter high Silver Creek Falls on the way. The Nandroya Falls is the highpoint of the Nandroya Falls walk which begins at the Henrietta Creek picnic and camping ground on the Palmerston Highway. The first stage of the walk begins with crossing Henrietta creek.