Sandy Creek Circuit

The Sandy Creek Circuit offers a beautiful walk through the rainforest of Mount Tamborine. See the amazing views to Flinders Peak and Brisbane from the picnic area or take the walk through flooded gums and piccabeen groves to Cameron Falls.
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Curtis Falls Circuit – Joalah Section

Curtis Falls Circuit is the quintessential and popular Mt Tamborine walk – a moderate grade circuit that passes through gorgeous lush rainforest of majestic eucalypts and towering palms to the piece de resistance – the splendid Curtis Falls, which are viewed from a platform overlooking a beautiful adjacent rock pool. While Curtis Falls are at their best after heavy rainfall or during the wet season, they run all year round.
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Palm Grove Circuit

Pademelons, palm trees and cathedral buttresses are all features of this exclusive easy grade walk of around 1 hour via Mt Tamborine’s ethereal Palm Grove Rainforest Circuit. With a choice of 2 entrances (Curtis Rd and Palm Grove Ave) that connect to the circuit walk, the former involves a steeper route via stairs while the latter is the more popular due to its more gentle pathway descent. Read More Palm Grove Circuit

Witches Falls Circuit

Witches Falls Circuit is one of the best bushwalks on Mount Tamborine, traversing through lush rainforest before reaching a lookout over Witches Falls with inland views of the Dividing Range. While the falls only flow after recent rain, this is still an extremely rewarding bushwalk.
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Cedar Creek Falls Track

Cedar Creek Falls is one of Mount Tamborine’s most popular tourist attractions with stunning views over the open canyon, waterfall and rock pools. Located in Tamborine National Park, a one-hour drive from Brisbane, Cedar Creek Falls is a must-do when visiting the region; especially in the warmer months when the temperature is several degrees cooler on the mountain.
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