Explore the most popular hiking trails in Tamborine National Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

The entry when driving in wasn't as clear but once you park and walk to track it's clearly signed. Great track for the family.

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14 days ago

Very enjoyable trail- the description doesn’t to it justice- this short trail links to a longer circuit which was a pleasant surprise- 6.2km in total and some of the most enchanting trees you will find around. The waterfall itself is nothing spectacular though.

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

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

Great short walk for both us and the kids

It was a lovely little hike this weekend. We made our way to Curtis Falls and then did the Lower Creek Circuit. It worked out being exactly 3km.

Excellent hike. Great water falls and clear ponds.

Really really pretty, lovely palms and plant life and the waterfall is gorgeous. Great on a sunny day

Old favourite, good little walk in Mt Tamborine, the falls themselves can be accessed without completing the entire walk, and is also suitable for kids

One of my favorite trail. It helps that we used to live 500m from the trailhead in the late 1990's and we used to take our young children for a nature walk regularly. 20 years later it still is a wonderful trail whenever we visit Mt Tamborine (minus the kids so, therefore, a lot quieter...). The falls can be quite full during the wet season, so be prepared to get sprayed a bit, but being a tropical rainforest, it is a welcome relief rather than an inconvenience during hot and humid days. You will hear lots of birds and be on the lookout for marsupials early or late during the day. You may even spot some water dragons near the waterfalls also.

Nice little walk. Easy grade for most people. It can be quite muddy, therefore slippery. It will take approximately 1 hour to complete, a bit longer if you take time to study the nature signs around the trail. It is a tropical rainforest trail so insect repellent is recommended and water.

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