Twin Falls Circuit

Springbrook National Park

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

Waterfalls
Lookouts
Swimming
Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
Toilets
No Dogs Permitted
Rainforest
Eucalypt Forest
170m
Total Climb

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 either the Tallanbana picnic area or Canyon Lookout in Springbrook National Park. Parking can be limited at both locations.

Maps

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

Route/Trail notes

The track is easy to follow and can be completed in either direction. There are two junctions where the Warrie Circuit meets this circuit, one near Twin Falls and the other at the base of Blackfellow Falls, but both are well signposted.

Comments

Very hazy due to dust and smoke but a decent amount of water coming over the falls. Been a long time since my last walk and it was even nicer than I remember.

Richard Mason on 2 Dec, 2018

Lovely walk with a little water coming over the falls. Must go back after a decent downpour. The rock formations were an unexpected and pleasant surprise.

David H on 4 Oct, 2018

Nice walk.
Beautiful rainforest scenery.
Well marked.
Easy to do alone.
Was more a single fall, rather than Twin falls, when I went, but still pretty nonetheless.

Pure Wanderlust on 11 Aug, 2018

Beautiful! And quite short - we did this as part of the larger Warrie Circuit.

nboth1 on 21 Jul, 2018

Such a lovely relaxed walk! I did this with my husband and our son. Was very cold and track bit wet and muddy but all in all some great views and the caves were amazing to walk through and walking behind the twin falls

Shara on 7 Jul, 2018

Absolutely gorgeous rainforest, waterfalls and streams.
Heard alot of birds but didn't see much wildlife (this walk doesn't need it)
Great view at Canyon Lookout.
If you're in the area, pop into The Best of All Lookout on your way home (only an extra 700m (round trip) but worth the view)

Woodlaz on 10 Jun, 2018

What an awesome walk ... way better that Purling Brook falls. Heaps of water falls and views. A lot easier walk than purling brook (so many stairs) as well. Only issue is the limited parking spaces means you have to park on the side of the road on most weekends.

David S on 8 May, 2018

This is one of the most beautiful walks I've ever been on. It isn't too strenuous and the scenery is magical.

Rian Gray on May, 2018

One of the most scenic rainforest walks in qld. Amazing!

Coopsy on 5 Apr, 2018

Nice walk, quite busy.

Holger on 18 Feb, 2018

Easy to complete and very well maintained but the concrete ramps are a killer if you are walking back up them.

Jess on 27 Jan, 2018

Quick and easy walk with lots of things look at along the way. Great swimming hole at the bottom. Loved it!

K8 on 26 Jan, 2018

Stunning views. Black skinks (land mullets) abound and we spotted a pademelon towards the end as well.

BalticAussie on 12 Jan, 2018

Beautiful walk preferred this loop more than the more popular purling

Samantha on 31 Dec, 2017

Another great visit. Was very busy due to the holiday period so get there early.

rob.bushman on 29 Dec, 2017

Very easy, beautiful walk after the recent rain. Perfect swimming hole at the bottom of the waterfall, great views from the top.

Lia Skye on 9 Dec, 2017

Fantastc, we hiked it in the rain so waterfall was flowing more than normal!!

Kyle Mandla on 1 Dec, 2017

A stunning walk with a wide diversity of vegetation & scenery. I highly recommend doing this one.

Steve Batho on 4 Nov, 2017

Pretty easy walk. Just had my 3L camelbak day pack, Akubra and hiking boots - did me well. Heaps of lush views of hinterlands, waterfalls and the walk itself is very scenic.

https://youtu.be/Bd8gSTIy5q8

bnotters on 2 Sep, 2017

Great waterfalls...

Lloyd on 19 Aug, 2017

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