Gorge Falls is a 5.6km return walk along the Cream Track, beginning at the end of Tallebudgera Creek Road.


Getting there

Drive to the end of Tallebudgera Creek Road 

Route/Trail notes

This walk starts at the end of Tallebudgera Creek Road and entry is accessed via the Cream Track. follow this track across 3 creek crossings, after the 3rd crossing follow the track up the hill for a short distance then you will find a smaller track going off to the left (do not take stairs to the right with the signs), this track follow the creek upstream on the right side most the way. after about 20 mins you will come to a fork in the creeck, cross the creek and continue to follow the to left branch of the creek. after a short distance you will reach a narrow entry to the falls and waterhole.


Good timing! I had the Gorge all to myself.

Wanderlust on 25 Dec, 2023

It was both sunny, and lightly drizzling during our walk. If you cannot find the path, follow the creek all the way to the falls. Beautiful to swim under the falls.

Michelle Beck on 29 Dec, 2022

Beautiful rock hop up the creek to one of the best waterfalls/holes in the area. Well worth the trip.

courtlalala on 6 Feb, 2022

Loved this walk! The track to the falls itself is gorgeous. It follows alongside a creek for the most part, with a few creek crossings. Your feet will get wet. Best to just accept that from the start. Such a beautiful spot.

Suz on 15 Jan, 2022

Some leaches and a lot of rock hopping

Boofy king on 26 Dec, 2021

loved this
I got us a bit lost and we climbed the steps accidently because I mis read instructions that said DONT go up the steps. My boyfriend forgave me when we found the falls. Rockhopping was fun. as was the skinny dip at the end - hypothermia cold in July but I couldnt resist

Mandy Howells on 30 Jul, 2021

Did this as a part of the Cream Track. Be prepared to get feet wet !

ct__ on 18 Apr, 2021

A really nice walk with the lovely reward of a rock pool at the end. My 7 year old loved all the rock hopping! Great walk and a nice drive to get there.

Melkrel on 14 May, 2020

Stunning, beautiful, and fun. The walk is nice with three water crossings and about a 30 meter walk through shin-knee high water. The water is freezing but worth it. Stay on the creek for the whole walk and you will be alright. The waterfall can be tricky to climb, but try a couple times and you will get the hang of it

Kieran Wiggins on May, 2020

Hard to get the whole through crossing the creek, turned back this time but beautiful place

Kimosabi on 18 Mar, 2020

Was a little difficult to keep on track with the scrambling but just take your time. Don’t get confused and go right at the new sign posts. Keep going left. It’s a beautiful spot. Take your swimmers

Suzanne on 26 Jan, 2020

We did the walk a few months ago in Dec when it was really dry. The waterfalls still had a trickle, it was easy enough to rock hop most of the way, however we were helped out because we passed a group of people (who were returning) at the creek junction, otherwise we might not have taken the right direction

Pete on Dec, 2019


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