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Wollomombi Falls (pronounced ‘walla mom bee’), from an Aboriginal word, are located in the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, 40 km due east of Armidale, New South Wales and 1 km off the Waterfall Way. At one time they were believed to be the tallest in Australia. However, recent geographical revisions place them at second or third tallest, depending on the source, after Tin Mine Falls (New South Wales) and Wallaman Falls (near Ingham, Queensland)

Wollomombi Falls (pronounced ‘walla mom bee’), from an Aboriginal word, are located in the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, 40 km due east of Armidale, New South Wales and 1 km off the Waterfall Way. At one time they were believed to be the tallest in Australia. However, recent geographical revisions place them at second or third tallest, depending on the source, after Tin Mine Falls (New South Wales) and Wallaman Falls (near Ingham, Queensland)

Union Falls in Yellowstone National Park. 15.6 miles - Moderate to Difficult. At a height of 260 feet, Union Falls is the second highest waterfall in Yellowstone. Its unique shape makes it one of the park's most picturesque landscapes. Combine this hike w

Union Falls in Yellowstone National Park. 15.6 miles - Moderate to Difficult. At a height of 260 feet, Union Falls is the second highest waterfall in Yellowstone. Its unique shape makes it one of the park's most picturesque landscapes. Combine this hike w

Upper and Lower Yosemite Falls
 at Yosemite National Park in California • photo: tychay on Flickr

Upper and Lower Yosemite Falls at Yosemite National Park in California • photo: tychay on Flickr

View of the gorge in Oxley Wild Rivers National Park. Photo: Rob Cleary

View of the gorge in Oxley Wild Rivers National Park. Photo: Rob Cleary

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