Curtis Falls

20 min to 30 min

1.1 km

↑ 39 m
↓ -39 m

Easy track
Starting from the car park at the end of Dapsang Drive, Tamborine Mountain, this walk takes you to Curtis Falls through the dense eucalypt rainforest and back via a singular walking track. Sitting amidst ferns and eucalypt trees, Curtis Falls is a lovely little waterfall to view, and well worth the mud on your shoes. Hiking through the lush rainforest you may come across bats, brushturkeys, and some kookaburras. Also keep an ear out for the distinct call of the Albert’s Lyrebird, which the Aboriginal people called ‘Joalah’ (haunt of the lyrebird). You can share this tranquilizing experience with your family as well, as the track is quite undulating and undemanding. Although good trekking shoes may come in handy, as the track gets muddy and slippery after rainfall. Come early to avoid the crowd and minimize the noise coming from the road. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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