WARRIE CIRCUIT PLUS TWIN FALLS (18 KLMS - CLASS4 TRACK - 5-6 HRS)


Upon arriving up on the springbrook plateau, we will start and finish our walk from the Tallanbana picnic area where public restrooms are available. Within minutes we reach the top of Twin Falls with views to the valley below. Heading along the heath lined cliff top, we soon reach a concrete ramp that takes us down below the cliffline and thru a rock cleft. Here we take a short side trip and visit Twin Falls, returning behind the falls and thru another rock cleft (cave) and back to the Warrie circuit.

Following a fairly level track we soon pass behind Rainbow Falls (don’t forget your camera) and follow the bottom of the cliffs past a giant cedar tree full of staghorns, crows nests and elkhorns. With views of the valley below, we make our way past flame trees and native tamarinds before reaching Goomoolahra Falls. From here the track slopes gently down passing cycads as it makes its way down to a saddle in the ridge where giant brush box can be seen.

We then zigzag down the graded track thru lush rainforest till we reach the meeting of the waters where Boy-ull and Mundora creeks meet. The track follows the creek upstream to Gooroolba Falls were we will have some lunch. A short distance upstream, we cross the creek and start our slow ascent up the western slope of the valley passing thru attractive forest as we zigzag our way back towards the plateau.

On the way back up we will pass giant brush box trees and visit Poonyahra Falls before meeting back up with the Twin Falls circuit. After passing behind blackfellow falls we soon reach the top of the cliffline and make our way along the heath lined track stopping in to enjoy the views from the lookouts and back to the picnic area.

During the walk you will hear about the amazing geology of the area going back over 300 million years and how the indigenous tribes in the area made use of the local flora and fauna in there every day lives.
 

For your comfort and enjoyment, please bring with you…….
Good walking shoes, Spare dry socks, raincoat, 1-2 LTS water, insect repellent, warm clothes.

 

Walking Track Classification CLASS 4
 

Distinct tracks with junctions sign – Posted rough surfaces with exposed roots and rocks.
Variable in width, muddy sections and steep grades likely to be encountered.
May be extensively overgrown, hazards such as fallen trees and rockfalls likely to be present.
Caution needed at creek crossings, cliff edges and naturally occurring lookouts.
 

Moderate fitness level with bush walking experience and ankle-supporting footwear recommended.

 

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