The last light over Wallaman Falls (Girringun National Park, Queensland) captured in late summer 2015. This waterfall is the largest single drop fall in the country, coming in at 268 metres. We arrived a day after some heavy rain and the falls were absolutely roaring. My partner and I had the entire place to ourselves for hours so we took in the sunset and then stuck around for the stars. Zac Robinson

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