Twin Falls Circuit

 (Springbrook National Park)

A rewarding sheltered walk through rainforest rock clefts and behind the twin falls.

Getting there

 

If you can, visit local information centre a couple kms from Canyon Lookout. I believe it was once the original school house.

This walk starts from the Tallanbana picnic area in Springbrook National Park. You could also try starting from Canyon Lookout. If you were walking the entire walk Tallanbana would be ideal as a base to start from.

Maps

http://www.derm.qld.gov.au/parks/springbrook/pdf/springbrook-inset-maps.pdf

Route/Trail notes

 

Other References

http://www.derm.qld.gov.au/parks/springbrook/pdf/springbrook-inset-maps.pdf

Comments

Beautiful walk, stunning rainforest and spectacular water falls. Very easy walk.

liteseer on 24 Aug, 2014

We did this walk, but had to start it at the Canyon Lookout as the track was closed for maintenance, it rained on and off through this walk so we got quite soaked but it was so beautiful. We walked under Blackfellow Falls, Tallanbana Falls & Twin Falls. All were in their full glory as we had lots of rain in the last week. Definitely worth the walk and the getting wet. We saw several Lamington Spiny Crayfish, and obtained several leeches along the way. All in all, a great day out!

Roxy on 30 Mar, 2014

Warrie Circuit STILL closed. This was good, but just not the same.

Allan Allport on 29 Sep, 2013

Slight detour from Warrie circuit. Spectacular falls and swimming hole.

WillNoel on 28 Mar, 2013

One of the most interesting and beautiful walks I have been on. Highly recommended.

Rob on 16 Mar, 2013

One of the most interesting and beautiful walks I have been on. Highly recommended.

Rob on 16 Mar, 2013

Great walk. Have done this one many times & it never fails to satisfy.
Getting pretty busy now though.

Callaghan Clan on 24 Jan, 2013

Great walk. did the smaller loop due to closure of warrie trail.. lots of water falls that were pretty awesome..

took around 3 hours with lots of stops and waterfall exploration

Dan on 12 Apr, 2012

a delightful stroll with great viesw and terrific waterfalls. Never very good for birdwatching but excellent for he landscape photographer.

DaveKIng on 26 Feb, 2012

Did in conjunction with the warrie circuit.. What a great walk this was..

Susan cramb on 12 Feb, 2011

Completed with the Warrie Circuit. Very straightforward.

ggoodey on 2011

The water was so cold, but the walk was beautiful!

Roxy on 2 Aug, 2010

A great easy walk down to the falls with some excellent views along the way, A unique experience walking behind the falls.
continuing along the twin falls track leads to several other waterfalls and great views along the way through the rain forest.
highly recomended walk the hole family can enjoy

jason pobjoy on 30 May, 2010

A great easy walk down to the falls with some excellent views along the way, A unique experience walking behind the falls.
continuing along the twin falls track leads to several other waterfalls and great views along the way through the rain forest.
highly recomended walk the whole family can enjoy

jason pobjoy on 30 May, 2010

Excellent walk took the nephews who loved all of the waterfalls.

Laurence Hallam on 2 May, 2010

Go now, go now, go now, go now, go now, go now, go now, go now

GO NEXT WEEKEND.......

Since there has been so much rain all of the waterfalls are running at peak flow. If you wait too much longer you might miss out. And the incredible noise is amazing the power of nature is something to behold. When the waterfalls run at peak it is just as good as anywhere in the world.

This is a great walk to go on. I walked it and it was extremely slipperly and wet (raining). Watch out for all the exposed tree roots. And the wet rocks ....be very careful..... But the reward was firstly making it to Twin falls. We followed the track to the next waterfall down the river from the twin falls creek.

Just take plenty of time at TWIN FALLS. I mean sit there and take it in. Also since it was raining we were not able to have a lunch break instead we sat and sipped our camelbaks. And had lunch later back at the top.


And if you have a video camera i would strongly recommend bringing it along. And then exploring the rest of the walk. We did and were pleasantly surprised.

We met a few walkers, family groups, and one tour group. And this brings me to something i'll write an article about sooner.... stayed tuned.

Boris Zoubakin on 6 Mar, 2010

This is a great walk visitng some impressive waterfalls particularly in the summer months, better than air conditioning.

Troy Kasper on 11 Nov, 2009

Pack the boardies for a swim under the falls - excellent track for all ages.

Badger on Sometime...
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