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Knoll Walking Track and Cameron Falls is a 1.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Mount Tamborine, Queensland, Australia that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Length 1.5 mi Elevation gain 377 ft Route type Loop
Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Walking Bird watching Running Forest Views Waterfall Wildlife Bugs Muddy Over grown No dogs
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A scenic easy walk through the lush rainforest of Tamborine National Park out to Cameron Falls. Make the trip out to the falls after recent rain to experience creek flowing and the rainforest vibrant with birdlife. You can explore the area with some rock scrambles to some great viewpoints.

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Peter Kew
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storm drabsch
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Renay Petrohilos
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Nice little easy walk

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Claudia Samuels
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Nice short hike with lovely rainforest to enjoy. The falls were really boring though there was a nice view over the valley.

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Bec Gaebel
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Great easy walk for kids. - our 4 year old nailed it and 1 year old walked down easily enough holding a hand. Had a look over the falls very nice, not much water running through creek though.

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Zarah Murray
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Cameron falls lookout was shit. Can’t see a thing, go back down sandy circuit and over the rock edge for good views...

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Rebecca Andersson
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beautiful morning walk

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Rebecca Andersson
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beautiful early morning walk all by myself. Just the sound of mother nature

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Calista .
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Dry in November 2019 but a lovely little walk. I did it for sunset. Not the best sunset position but it was beautiful

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Orenae Jak
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This is one of my closest go to tracks when nature calls. Have walked this track in every weather condition, bare foot is fine, just not after rain, you'll get leeches. Beautiful rain forest setting, tall palms, ancient fig trees and an always running fresh water creek accompany your walk. Not difficult, well worth it. Can rock hop much of the creek if you have the time and skill.

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Gareth Thomas
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Nice easy walk through palm groves and out to the escarpment to see falls

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Jayden User
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I would recommend this trail at Mt Tamborine for anyone who wants to get into regular hiking and walking. I went on this walk with my cousins, sisters and grandma. They loved it and would do it again. We went ignored the first turn off from the main track and kept walking in the same direction to the lookout of the falls, then from there went from the other intersection and turned out at a different onto the main track to the car park. Look at my recording if you don’t know what I mean.

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Icha Hamdayati
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Easy walk, and a nice place to picnic with a great view

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Cianna Mc
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Easy walk for the family. Beautiful views.

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Tyson Joce
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majority of the track was really good, heading towards the waterfall lookout the track slightly narrows but it was a lovely warm up track!

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Matthew Luke
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Such great views, there is a waterfall you can stand on top of - my watch recorded 4354 steps. Awesome trail, 5 stars

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Josh Hayes
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A great track that is very easy to walk that has some amazing views.

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Aayyyy Beeeee
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Easy peasy walk, lovely outlook

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Chris Bonnar
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Nice and easy walk. immerse yourself in the dense rainforest and listen to the cells of the birds and waterfall at the end of the loop.

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Little Big Hike
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Great trek. nice and short but still a decent challenge

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Joey Dageforde
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Great short walk for both us and the kids

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Jo-Bunny Rivera
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Laurie Pastor
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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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Sarah Capon
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