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It’s a beautiful hike if you’re up for a small hike or bigger hike, there’s a 4K loop or 16k loop. Easy to travel on even in just running shoes. The scenery is amazing with some great views from the top overlooking the Gold Coast...More
All up this hike took about 3 hours, but this was stopping to take photos and enjoy the surrounds. there are a lot of stairs on 1 side of the falls so be prepared!
Was by far the best bush walk and waterfall hike I...More
An easy 1.5hr circuit from the carpark. Winding down to the valley into stunning rainforest with massive old trees to arrive at the base of the beautiful Purling Brook Falls. At 109m high the waterfall is spectacular in the lust setting of the escarpment and...More
Hi guys, make sure you wear some comfortable shoes for this one, bring some water, a hat and a snack if you want. This is in total about 6kms of trail being 4km return for the falls circuit. Has lots of uneven steps and dangerous...More
As a kiwi, I honestly had no idea there was a rainforest in the gold coast. I generally picture sunshine, white sand and surf. This blew me away. I loved it. I packed a lot of activities into a couple of days so we chose...More
My daughter (11) and I decided to drive up into the Hinterlands, we had already visited the 'Best of All Look out' on a previous trip. It was about an 90 minute walk and the views were spectacular, especially the waterfall. Take some water with...More
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To be honest, the walk isn't too arduous. In fact, we first took our kids there when they were about that age. That said, we had two adults looking after two kids. Patience is key and long as you don't rush it... More
To be honest, the walk isn't too arduous. In fact, we first took our kids there when they were about that age. That said, we had two adults looking after two kids. Patience is key and long as you don't rush it, the kids should be fine. You can always just go down the left hand side trail and return by the same route; rather than do the circle. That side is arguably a little easier. I would suggest good shoes even for the kids. Enjoy your walk! :)