McGrory Falls is a waterfall nestled amongst mountains such as Mount Mowbullan (1085m), Bunya Mountains (1022m), Mount Kiangarow (1126m) and Mount Ghinghion (1004m) in southeast Queensland. McGrory Falls is about 160km west-northwest of Brisbane (show me). McGrory Falls is at an altitude of about 842m above sea level.
We estimate that McGrory Falls is between 100m and 170m high. This estimate is based on analysis of the topographic profile around the waterfall and may not be an accurate figure for the total fall of water seen if viewing the falls.
The nearest populated place is the village of Bell which is 17km away with a population of around 270 (show me a map with McGrory Falls and Bell).
The nearest sealed road to McGrory Falls is the Bunya Mountains Road (1.5km away).
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