Middle Kobble Creek Falls is a 7.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Mount Glorious, Queensland, Australia that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options.

Length7.2 miElevation gain2,152 ftRoute typeLoop
CampingHikingNature tripsWalkingRunningForestRiverViewsWaterfallWildlifeMuddyRocky
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Rehan Syed
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Bronwyn Chandler
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Leg burn

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Nicole B
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Kenneth Anderson
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pretty much a fire trail road, nice scenery. pretty hilly. i traveled clockwise pretty steep near the end of the trail.

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Ben Steinberg
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Paula Rail
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We did this one (accidentally) back to front, but so glad it worked out that way, and would definitely recommend doing this anticlockwise. Not much wildlife out today, some beautiful birds and x1 Goanna that we saw. Great wide trail, some beautiful views and definitely an awesome leg workout!

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sonia Manero
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Liam Walsh
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Jason de Souza
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john kennedy
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Me and my mate covered this in 4 hours and found it to be full of suprises. We saw a Brown Cuckoo Dove, two Black Cockatoos with yellow tails, a Monitor Lizard and on the path home a 2.5m Python who firstly stretched out and then to our joy begain to coil up into a circle! We went around clockwise and found the the uphill return journey from the creek to be quite an effort. This section to the main path above took us 45mts non stop treading! Unlike some treks we found the paths up and down to be pretty sure footed despite 2 days of rain beforehand.

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Jason de Souza
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Kirsten GT
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Nature trips

Did this in 2hr 40mins. Was very dry - would highly recommend lots of drinking water. We did the loop backwards. Epic steep downhill part about 3.5km’s in (would recommend shoes with good grip). Absolute killer of a hill to walk up (would once again recommend shoes with good grip as I was slipping even walking up this hill). The hill seemed to go in for fucking ever haha. We’d get up a hill to a flat and then realise that there was more up hill walking to do - really gets your hopes up and then crushes you lol. Saw a few small brown snakes (approx. 20cm long). Almost stood on one as it was sunbaking on the walking track which was covered in leaf litter and sticks. Be careful!! All in all, epic walk and would deffs do it again

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hannah m
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a couple of very steep elevation gains and descents but not a long walk. completed a circuit to Middle Kobble Creek bush camp

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Zac Darch
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Tough one but rewarding. A little boring in parts

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Sam HvB
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Nigel Sydney
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Lee Rich
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So many looong hills. Beautiful

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Lyndi Smith
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Beautiful! A bit washed out but fine for a fit hiker who likes a few moderate-hard bits. Trekking poles suggested.

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Take A Hike With Me
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A challenging hike with a wide easy to navigate trail that is mostly downhill at start. I saw a family of wild pigs near the first junction before the first camp. Then more downhill hiking that gets a little steep and loose under foot as you approach the Middle Kobble Creek Bush Camp where I had a delicious lunch. Then it’s an uphill slog that’s feels like it would never end back to the start. All in all a nice hike that’s I had been wanting to do for a while. Checkout my YT channel (Take a Hike with Me) for the video.

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Paul Gotoby
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Great hike, great views back towards the coast from ridge line just before you begin the loop. Good leg workout going down to the creek/camp and back up. Would not mind staying a couple nights here at some stage. Very peaceful.

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Linda Adam
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Enjoyable Well marked trail - steep descents and steep climbs. We tackled this trail anti clockwise, which meant walking down the steepest sections. Lovely views peak through the trees on the way down. Sounds of birds, clean air, some dense vegetation and the lovely feeling you are miles away from city life. Creek had minimal water but a great place to stop for a break before tackling the steep loose surface ascent out. Didn’t see the waterfall so going back again to complete the extra section at around the 6km mark. I think that takes you there. Garmin said it took me 3.5 hours, 10.7km (without waterfall) 194 floors up and 193 down. I would recommend good tread on your hiking shoes and poles for the less experienced hiker. Responsible fitness level required, dodgy knees and backs will suffer!

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Mandy Lawrence
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Danielle Clayton
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Einstein was right when he said “The only thing more dangerous than ignorance is arrogance”. I read the reviews of this hike, thought I knew better, and suffered the consequences. This isn’t a review of the hike so much as of my own sheer stupidity. I set off at 2:00pm this afternoon assuming it would take me 3 hours max as I’m of a reasonable level of fitness. “Those people claiming it is difficult - they don’t know what they’re talking about!” I scoffed to myself. “I can crack walnuts with these buns of steel!”. Well, my arrogance may have gone unchecked had I not missed a blatantly obvious turn and walked an extra 3km downhill at the furthest point of the hike. Alas, it was not to be so - no, this hike had other plans for me! I eventually found my way back to my car at 6:00pm, completely drenched, having walked in heavy rain and dark for half an hour at the very least. To summarise: Yes, it is challenging. Even more so if you go on an accidental sojourn when you’ve given yourself too little time to begin with. Very pretty though, not that I could see much for the last half hour...

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Amanda King
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Starts beautiful, very dense rainforest. Went clockwise around the loop and it is very steep and dry forever so beware of snakes. Thankfully I didn’t see any, but definitely kept an eye out. Thought I had gone the wrong way and was gonna miss out on a good leg burner but it’s just as steep either way.

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Cherie Gorrie
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beautiful views, gorgeous landscape and lots of interesting birds. love taking photos. didn't see any snakes thankfully but every stick on the road ahead i thought could be. lol. good work out. cardio and leg day. 21000 steps/ 14.5 km & 206 floors my fitbit says. it took 3hrs&40mins and yes i was thinking 1/4 way in; "this Just keeps decending very steeply!...oh no, that means i have to come back up. lets hope its a long gradual climb." it wasnt! i stopped and prayed over my knees because they were already aching at that stage. and yes on the way back up was challenging. i did alot of self talk like; " you have to keep going, you don't have a jumper even to camp over night." "none else can carry you." "you got this!" " think of the burning kilojoules!" hopefully i can up load photos.

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Luke Jones
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This one is a burner. A good workout and challenging for anyone no matter your fitness level

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Kari Stephens
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Really lovely trail with a varied range of vegetation. The tracks are wide and well marked. There are definitely some steep sections with loose gravel, gets the heart pumping for sure. We went clock wise, which resulted us in going up in the steeper parts, rather than down, which I prefer. There’s still plenty of steep downward sections with loose rocks and leaves. The creek was pretty and water was clear and cold. The rain forest sections are lovely, and we could see clearly to the glass house mountains from parts. Loved it. Took us 3 hours and 40 minutes.

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Taylah Jones
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