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
783m
Maximum Elevation
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

Amazing. Kids loved it.

Janielle Pyne on 4 Oct, 2019

Beautiful easy walk with some amazing waterfalls

Korina Meagher on Oct, 2019

Great walk with interesting features.

Lihz on 24 Aug, 2019

Did this hike today with my mum and two kids 4&9. They really enjoyed it. So much to see

Natasha on 10 Aug, 2019

Waterfall after waterfall, dreamscape. Beautiful. Easy trails for the whole family.

Sames on 10 Aug, 2019

Fantastic, not too difficult and got some great photos.

Linda on 17 Jul, 2019

Beautiful walk on a Monday with less people than normal. Easy hour walk that showcases beautiful lookouts and two waterfalls.

Bobbe on 17 Jun, 2019

A great, easy walking trail with an awesome waterfall to reward your effort.

Maverick on 9 Jun, 2019

Amazing walk with plenty to see. Picturesque from start to finish as you follow the redhead along and defend via switchbacks into the valley below. Walking behind the falls was great and we stopped to have a snack beside the pond beneath the falls. Really enjoyed this walk, easy enough and hassle free, well marked etc.

LP on 23 May, 2019

Unreal!!

Kcdixon on 12 May, 2019

A really lovely walk that even the kids (9, 4) enjoyed (mostly 😉). We chose to head left at the first fork, up to Canyon Lookout. Very busy today as it was a public holiday, especially at the base of twin falls.
My watch clocked us at 5.3km and 2 hours from the Tallanbana picnic area and back.

MacDiggity on 6 May, 2019

One of the best walks yet! 2 hours with little kids (3 &5) and a lunch break.

Newbie on 28 Apr, 2019

Awesome walk. Third time we've done it. Powerful falls at the moment.

Zsa Zsa on 22 Apr, 2019

Both falls flowing after all the rain we've had recently. Very popular spot, best to go early in the morning to avoid the crowds.

Sarah on 31 Mar, 2019

absolutely stunning. walk through waterfalls. rock pools to swim in. must go again!

nicholas on 25 Feb, 2019

Great walk - can get a bit busy sometimes at the falls. Do the full loop and it gets quieter and you see some great views.

Ross on 25 Feb, 2019

Lovely solo trek through Springbrook today. But gosh it's dry!! Twin falls was only Solo Falls. You could see on the track everywhere that there should be water but wasn't. Very pretty walk, I'm assuming after rain it converts to stunning. Some amazing rock formations and lookouts too . I can see why many people list this as one of their favourites. Easy gradients, a few stairs but never a lot at once.

Mel on 25 Jan, 2019

Lovely walk. Well defined track. Easy walking . Completed track in 1 hour 15mins. Quite busy. The waterfalls were amazing after recent rain.

Exploringonfoot on 4 Jan, 2019

This is well worth the full circuit! Walking under both twin falls and blackfellow falls is amazing. I expected track to be slippery under falls but it wasn't. Great views of the Gold Coast in the background offering a contrast on life.

CassyN on 31 Dec, 2018

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

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