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The Crystal Cascades is a relatively unspoilt section of Freshwater Creek, with numerous waterfalls and swimming holes popular with locals and tourists. It is located in a section of the upper Freshwater Creek, in the Redlynch Valley, west of Cairns, in Far North Queensland, Australia.

The largest waterhole sits alongside a sheer cliff which locals and tourists climb to jump into the adjoining deep waterhole. The most famous part of the cliff is called "No Fear" which is the highest perch to jump from. Numerous locals and tourists have died jumping off the cliff over the years.[1]

thats not true one or two tourists have died doing back flips off the segment called no fear.

and also it is not the largest water hole but the deepest is true.

References

  1. ^ "Irish tourist dies in diving accident". ABC News Online. 8 May 2002. http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/200205/s550234.htm. Retrieved 29 August 2009.  

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Coordinates: 16°57′42″S 145°40′46″E / 16.96167°S 145.67944°E / -16.96167; 145.67944


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