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Walks

Put your walking shoes on and explore what nature has to offer. Australia is the land of challenge for walkers and there is a walk suitable for all Adventure Walkers. Click to download local walks map & locations map.

  • Witches Falls Circuit

    Witches Falls Circuit

    3.1km return (Allow 1 hour) Moderate grade. This track zigzags down the steep mountainside through open forest with banksia trees and into rainforest with huge strangler figs. You will pass seasonal lagoons surrounded by piccabeen palm groves and rainforest before you reach Witches Falls. After heavy rain the lagoons...

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  • Cedar Creek Falls Track

    Cedar Creek Falls Track

    900m return to lookout, 900m return to the rock pools (Allow 20-30 minutes) Easy grade. Access to this visitor area is via Cedar Creek Road. The track to the lookout is suitable for strollers and assisted wheelchair access. The lookout offers views of waterfalls, cascades and rock pools. The...

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  • Sandy Creek Circuit, The Knoll Section

    Sandy Creek Circuit, The Knoll Section

    2.6km circuit (Allow 1 hour) Easy grade. Scenic views, rainforest with tall trees emerging above the surrounding canopy, piccabeen groves, transition forest with large flooded gums and open forest feature on this walk. Please remain on the designated track, as there are steep cliff edges. Supervise children carefully. There...

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  • Curtis Falls, Joalah Section

    Curtis Falls, Joalah Section

    1.5km return ( Allow 30 minutes) Moderate grade. Joalah is an Aboriginal word meaning “haunt of the lyrebird”. The loud calls of the male Albert’s lyrebird can be heard during winter. The track starts from the Dapsang Drive carpark. It is also possible to start at the shops on...

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  • The Jenyns Falls Circuit

    The Jenyns Falls Circuit

    Branched off the Palm Grove circuit, is currently closed as it is considered unsafe. (It is not marked on the map).

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