Twin Falls plus the best of the Warrie Circuit Springbrook (Class 3 Track - 3.5-4hrs)

Less than an hour’s drive from the Gold Coast, Springbrook is renowned for its rugged cliffs, gorges, rainforests and waterfalls. Join us for a guided walk of the Twin Falls circuit including the main features of the Warrie circuit without the long walk down into the valley and back.
We will follow the graded track past heath lined cliff top lookouts, visit six waterfalls walking behind three of them. We will stop to admire giant brush box trees and cedar trees full of staghorns, crow’s nests and elkhorns. We will walk under large rock overhangs and thru rock clefts (caves) and hear about the amazing geology of the area going back over 300 million years.
Walking in the shade of the towering rainforest above, you will hear how the early indigenous tribes made use of the local flora and fauna in there every day lives. We will listen for the forest songbirds and if there has been recent rain, we may even pass a Lamington crayfish along the track.
This walk starts and finishes at the TALLANBANA PICNIC AREA where public restrooms are available. The picnic area is located 2 klm before the end of springbrook road, keep following springbrook road until you pass canyon lookout road on your left. Tallanbana is a few hundred meters further on and on your left. Please drive with care as there are often pademelons grazing next to the road early in the morning. Allow plenty of time to arrive as the walk starts at 8am sharp.
Ankle –supporting footwear, 1-2 litres water, something to eat, Insect repellent, Raincoat and some warm clothes for after the walk. The springbrook plateau can be 5 degrees cooler than coastal areas. We will be back in time for lunch so you could bring a picnic and make a day of it, as there is plenty more to see. Or you could try one of the local cafes for lunch.
Walking Track Classification CLASS 3
Distinct tracks with junctions sign – Posted rough surfaces with exposed roots and rocks.
Variable in width, muddy sections and steep grades and steps maybe encountered.
May be partially overgrown, hazards such as fallen trees and rockfalls may be present.
Caution needed at creek crossings, cliff edges and naturally occurring lookouts.
Reasonable level of fitness and ankle-supporting footwear recommended.