So easy to miss this unique spot as you drive around Tamborine mountain. But crossing the first view of the gentle creek we enter a different world, one bounded by a massive towering trees and further down the walk, a sheer rock face as the creek plunges down into a gorge to land in rock pools far below.
The path to this area was furnished with graduated steps and guide rails in place and is easy to walk despite the rugged nature of the environment. An amazing place in which to experience the unique nature of an ancient land that can survive extensive drought as it is currently doing. And the creek still flows. With heavy rains here, it would be an extraordinary sight to witness these falls, but possibly a dangerous place to walk.
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