Browns Falls


Located only 4.5 kms outside of Killarney in the Scenic Rim. The 15m waterfall requires a 600 metre walk along a rough track involving plenty of climbing over rocks and under fallen trees. It is definitely worth the walk.

The start of the walk is at the Browns Falls Picnic Area and head down under the road along the concrete path.

Once the concrete path finishes the remainder of the track is not all that well defined and is marked with round reflective road sign markers screwed to the trees. The track meanders both sides of the creek as you follow the watercourse up to the falls.

Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
Scrambling or Climbing


Found this walk by chance on the way to Queen Mary Falls. It has a nice park for a picnic and area to let your kids burn off some steam. The walk itself is relatively flat and follows close to the creek all the way. Nothing strenuous in terms of elevation although there is a bit of rock hopping and Criss crossing the creek following the track. Probably a good track for the middle of the day if you’re looking to take pictures as the creek doesn’t see a great deal of sun light.

David S on 16 Jan, 2018


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