Elabana Falls and Picnic Rock Trail

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Lamington National Park

Elabana Falls and Picnic Rock Trail is a 4.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near O'Reilly, Queensland, Australia that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round.

Length4.4 miElevation gain839 ftRoute typeOut & back
HikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingForestViewsWaterfall
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Kirstin Russell
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Muddy but an easy walk

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Janelle Andersen
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A little muddy due to the recent rain... but that meant all the waterfalls and swimming holes were full! Thoroughly enjoyed it. I took a picnic and ate it at elabana falls after a swim but there were many areas to do this along the way

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Renee Leilani
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We loved this hike, it was truly amazing. We saw 2 blue crayfish and the waterfalls were running as we there was a fair bit of rain earlier on. The rock hopping was really fun too. An awesome hike.

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Andrew May
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Spectacular, was very wet when we went but still pretty easy to navigate. Took about 3.5hrs with lots of stopping for photos.

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Justin Fattorini
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just brilliant

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Tessa Ruth
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Really nice track, bit muddy from last weeks rain, but the falls looked beautiful.

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Alen Pupovac
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Natasha Bayer
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Not hot or too sunny comfortable track

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Garry Hafner
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Hannah Tapscott
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Really fun, went very early so there was no one else there. Family friendly to the picnic rock but not to the actual falls as you so have to climb to get to the falls.

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Kate Jean
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100/10

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Isaac Parker
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Craig Havill
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S Hunt
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Interesting rainforest, nice waterfalls but missed the views

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Dee Spearpoint
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Justin Milne
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Brendan Horsey
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Vikas Bansal
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If you go counter clockwise it's an easier walk

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Nicole Mackay
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Great easy walk to both Elabana and Boxlog Falls.

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Amy Jacobtran
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Wonderful hike! Definitely worth the walk to see the waterfalls. Took the in laws with me, was a bit rocky towards the bottom but the view was amazing!

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Stephany Banal
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Awesome! There is a big of a hairy scramble to actually get to the base of Elabana Falls. Definitely worth it!

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Minerva Ibanez
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Awesome! Easy hike. Waterfalls are amazing

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Kate Webster
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Good long hike. Picnic Rock is a nice place for a picnic and rest. Box Log Falls are the best.

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Michael Schimkat
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Matt Lewis
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Fantastic hike, amazing for photography! allow plenty of time if wanting to take photos, took us about 8 hours with plenty of stops.

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Greg Stone
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Not so hard, gentle gradient. Maybe harder after rain as track would be muddy and creek crossings difficult. Best to go clockwise, good views of waterfalls and a easy downhill run all the way back.

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Maxwell Star
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Started with the tree top walk and then headed into to the trail. Spent time at one of the waterfalls for afternoon tea and ended before sunset which provided a beautiful landscape while driving back to Brisbane as the sun set.

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Julian Oliver
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Very impressive! Giant mossy beech trees, saw 2 lyer birds, many silent ground dwelling birds and so many waterfalls. Dress warm though! Beautiful.

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