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Excellent track for 98% of it. Some tricky water crossings though that were not so easy to see how to cross but the falls and scenery were all well worth the effort. I took the Canungra circuit clockwise which took me about 5 hours. I’d suggest packing lunch and eating it at the Yerralahla blue pool which is approximately the halfway point. You also definitely want to start this hike before midday if you take the Canungra circuit.

not for the faint hearted this circuit is pretty tough takes around 6 hours

We did this hike a few days ago and we were absolutely blown away by it! Lower Ballanjui Falls completely exceeded our expectations. The entire track was perfect for an all day hike. not too steep, and you can't get bored from the views. rainforest, bush, waterfalls.. what more could you want? We did the Ships Stern circuit with a few side trails. It took us all day because of an unplanned 2 hour lunch break at one of the lookouts. oops! 25 kilometres in total! would do it again!

hiking
13 days ago

This is my 2nd time taking on the Coomera Track. I was actually planning on the Toolona track but hey that leaves from O’Reillys not Binna burra ... it was raining, the track was heavily muddy but the volume of water over all of the falls was out of this world.

Nice easy trail

hiking
17 days ago

very easy

Nice little hike with a beautiful waterfall

Great hike. Glad I brought hiking poles. Had to wade through water in one spot. First hike in Australia. Luv it.

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muddy
19 days ago

Another one that isn’t hard. It’s long but the track is easy to follow and the three or four creek crossings are very easy to get over. I went on winter solstice so I started in the dark with my head torch. About 11kms of this track is the border track which is very easy. I clocked 22.3kms in 5h 2m.

hiking
26 days ago

Did the Coomera Track today ... WOW ... stunningly gorgeous views of the falls and there are heaps ... the app says this is 17.4k But its more like 20k. I would rate it as moderate... nothing particularly hard but for the last 2k and only coz I had done 25k on the beach the day before... go for the exercise but you will return for the views. ...

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muddy
26 days ago

The general consensus is to do this walk anti - clockwise - which is what I did but not having done it as sign posted I cannot really compare. Nevertheless a very enjoyable walk. Lots of nice waterfalls. The track is easy to follow generally as it goes down the Toolona creek. Care required on the many creek crossings as the rocks are very slippery. Some parts are muddy. I would recommend waterproof hiking boots but if you don’t mind them getting wet and muddy - you could wear sneakers or running shoes. The border track part is comparatively boring so good to get this done first.

Bit longer than 16kms. Well signed. Would recommend it!

hiking
29 days ago

Very quiet. No one else except me. Some nice views of the valley along the way. At the end of the walk, I walked back down the road to my car. Some great views down towards Hinze Dam on the walk back.

Did this track both clockwise and anti clockwise, staying over night.

hiking
1 month ago

Great half day hike loaded with waterfalls, wildlife, and a couple vistas. I saw little kangaroo and about 10 variety of bird (I'm not a birder, but that's my beat estimate). It is very well marked and not difficult at all. The only technical sections are the river crossings, but there are well placed stones at each. I suggest getting there early for the wildlife and walking counter clockwise as the Boarder Trail is quite flat in this section and makes a smooth walk back to the trailhead. Enjoy!

hiking
1 month ago

I walked this rout in April 2019. Following some showers in the days prior, I travelled to Binna Burra to do the Coomera Circuit. The first part of the walk is peaceful but largely uneventful until you reach Coomera Falls. The route itself is relatively easy on most parts pending rainfall. Following this there are a series of creek crossing the Coomera River. Be wary that after rainfall the water may be too high to safely cross. I was lucky that the water wasn't too high on the day but there were some fearful moments! After seeing the falls, you are met with waterfall after waterfall after waterfall, just amazing to see! The return trip along the Border Track was largely uneventful. In terms of ability, the trip is not physically straining but did take a total of 5hrs return to complete (including photo time). I would recommend bringing some snacks along and a water bottle (which you can refill in the creek if it's been raining recently!).

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muddy
rocky
1 month ago

Started at 8, cruised through and finished at 2 with half hour for lunch. Track gets more interesting as you near the falls lookout and then follow a canyon of endless waterfalls. Abundant bird calls and full of wildlife. Track did not drop down into coomera canyon as I was expecting. But very photogenic scenery regardless.

Great Walk. Rainforest, aussie bush, waterfalls, lookouts. Great diversity and a nice way to spend the day. The loop is closer to 21km so allow time for that... and pack enough snacks! The inclines and declines most of the way are pretty steady throughout, no steep gradients. Highly recommend this walk.

hiking
1 month ago

Really is a great track right up my alley being a bit harder to navigate.. This app is not the greatest please dont rely on it as one for navigation and two for rating both are not good..This track although not hard has some technical parts to it you will get wet …I done this in the winter and you were at least up to your ankles.. there had been rain the night before so I chose to walk in the water were I could as this was safer… there are still a few trees down… and few climbs up the creek banks probably not suitable for the less fit

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muddy
1 month ago

pretty easy and lots of waterfalls after rain

Started at Oreillys with 12 of us including 4 nine year olds who absolutely smashed it to binna Burra because it’s an easy gradient track, just long at around 22km. Stayed the night in glamping tents. Walked back to Oreillys the next day after rain which made the track muddy but great fun.

hiking
1 month ago

A great walk with the kids. Not too strenuous. Plenty to look at.

This is a fantastic walk. If you like waterfalls this is the one for you most of the walk is under cover on a well defined track. The waterfall are all at the centre of the track about 7km in once you are past these you are walking undercover there is one other lookout on the return leg going anticlockwise…

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over grown
1 month ago

The track is open again! You can see why it was closed. The track is overgrown in some areas and isn’t the easiest to follow. It’s a very slow walk. I crossed the creek around 16 times and had to take shoes and pants off for one of them! Great winter track but if you’re doing it in the warmer months I’d suggest an early start and to do the track anticlockwise to avoid hot sun. I clocked 17.83kms and 5h 26m.

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