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It gets weird at the dam wall but otherwise a very nice walk. You have to go into The Gaps' back streets. The walkabout info centre has a paper with directions you can have.

6 days ago

One of the most challenging but best hikes I’ve done! Come prepared the first bit of the hike is more of a scale/climb. Best to do bearfoot then pop shoes on after for the rest. Is about 4 hour round trip but so worth it! Amazing the whole way along.

easy track was also my first. very rewarding once you reach destination

nice hike.not hard

nice easy walk

easy walk with little ones yup until the royal at very end. great view to end off

Adrenaline rush

A great walk with lots of shade but I don't see how it's a loop. We got all the way around to the dam and were stuck. We ended up body crawling under a fence to get to another pathway. If someone knows what we missed, please do add it here!

Beautiful walk, interesting cave. Great with kids but a bit too short for a hike and super busy.

Lovely track, lots to see and very well sign posted.

Great walk with varying terrain. Beautiful swimming hole to finish it off.

Great Walk overall.

Amazing, I am speechless of how beautiful and how much Mt Tamborine has to offer. My two grandparents, uncle, two sisters and four cousins. Everyone enjoyed this walk very much. As you would know it was the Witches Fall Circuit we went on, we also took a detour to the Witches Fall Lookout and then continued to follow the Witches Falls Circuit. First, you would start walking in bushland, then a bit later you’re entering this amazing sub tropical rainforest. As my cousins found out very shortly after entering the rainforest, don’t stop your feet from moving as leeches were later on them. As a result of this walk everyone with me said they would gladly come back and try some of the other walks Witches Falls has to offer.

Lovely old trees and beautiful birds

Great trek. nice and short but still a decent challenge

1 month ago

Really enjoyed this walk. We did it in 4 hours at a brisk pace. We stopped twice no longer than 5 minutes.

I would allow 5.5- 6 hours if you want to do it at a leisurely pace, have some lunch and enjoy a swim at one of the waterfalls.

poor signage actually no signs except walking trail, some names would benefit everyone

Lovely walk for children. It’s quite busy and there’s some road noise.

on White Rock Ridge Track

1 month ago

Easy track. Not too busy on a Sunday morning

The trail is really good maintained. It’s a lot up and downs. We did it with a 8 year old one in 4,15h. If you take enough to eat and to drink and do it on a whole day it’s a nice track. No bottle refill on the whole track.

1 month ago

Map my walks measured this trail as 17.5kms which matches what the signage says.
Nice steady decent into the rainforest with stunning scenery and waterfalls along the way. You’re at the turning point when you reach a sign post that points both ways for Warrie Circuit. Lovely place to stop for something to eat or a shallow swim.
From here it’s a much harder walk as it’s all up hill. It’s nice and steady with a few stairs.
All up we took 4 hours and 4 minutes to complete the circuit with multiple stops for birding and waterfall photos.

Lovely walk. Not strenuous with lovely views from the top. Great to not have to go back the same way too!

it is a great walk marred on slightly by two things; the signage at key points is not good(we did an extra loop) and the section at the dam wall is is very unclear and blocked locked gates. We ended up doing 14.6km instead of 11 which was ok if at little frustrating.

2 months ago

Enjoyed this on my own, easy to navigate. If you start clockwise, just keep turning right. By going clockwise you get the most challenging hills out of the way first. Start early and take lots of water, it gets hot. would do it again.

Great early morning walk on a very hot Brisbane day... a lot was shaded... there are some challenging hills to give you a work out and the views of the reservoir are lovely. Will include in our favourite walking trails.

Loved this! Started early from Binna Burra and walked the whole day, took about 7-8 hours. Stayed the night at O’Rielys and was given a ride back to our car by one of the O’Riely family members the next day.
The hike itself isn’t very difficult, beautiful scenery and a pretty quiet track.

Easy, short, beautiful.

I did this one last weekend, anticlockwise, about 5hrs very satisfying walk. First half of the trails was quite normal, just a dull up hill in the woods, and there are quite a lot of people doing trail running on the Border Track to Binna Burra.
when turned off from the Border Track, it was getting exciting, along the way down the Green Mountain there are dozens of waterfalls and the track are rougher, wilder and much more fun too.
I needed to cross the creek quite a few times, and the rock was really slippery. I finally saw the native blue crayfish this time.
highly recommend this one.
BTW, the GPS signal was bad, I tried to record it, but my phone just kept searching for signal., the good thing is the tail is well signed.

2 months ago

An enjoyable hike. There’s a few dips and elevations but could be achievable by most.
Bring water for hot days. Most of the track is covered and the reservoir is beautiful to look at.

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