Part of the Mt Mee section of the park, this is an easy walk, which from the viewing platform includes the beauty of the Neurum Valley with its sheltered rainforest pools and rocky crags. The pathway then continues on down to the falls themselves.

Waterfalls
Lookouts
No Dogs Permitted
Rainforest
Maximum Elevation
465m
Total Climb
13m

Getting there:

From the Bruce Highway, take the D'Aguilar Highway (R85) at Caboolture. At Wamuran turn left onto Campbells Pocket Road and then left onto Mount Mee Road before turning right into Sellin Road, signposted to The Gantry and D'Aguilar NP. Just past The Gantry day use area, take the first turning on the right: Neurum Creek Road (4WD recommended) and after 1km it is signposted with the parking area on your left.

Maps:

Mount Mee Forest Trail and Drive Map

Route/Trail notes:

Follow the pathway from the car park down to the viewing platform and then on down to the falls and back.

Permits/Costs:

None.

Other References:

D’Aguilar National Park Locality Map

This is just one of five walk that can be taken in this section of D'Aguilar NP.

 

Comments

Having spent the night camping at Neurum Creek, this was the third of a full day's bushwalking with the kids in D'Aguilar NP, as it was on the route back to The Gantry.

F.A.B (Ferguson.Adventure.Bunnies) on 6 Aug, 2017

Not the most amazing waterfall but still lovely views

Samuel Armstrong on 3 Mar, 2017

Easy, can take car down to enterance even though sign says 4wd track, gravel road currently in good condition. Easy walk. Good for toddlers. Some steps and slight inclines.

Leisa on 23 Oct, 2016

Easy walk leading to two lookouts over waterfalls. Did this walk in the rain but as you're mostly under canopy this didn't really bother us. Took us about 25min at a slow pace.

rheia on 3 Apr, 2015

Part of a couple walks in the Mt Mee section. Wonders if this will be nicer after some rain , will those pools be flowing ??? Great views though , worth a stop and walk when driving past it !

J on 11 Oct, 2014

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