After a hectic year of work and a few days of good food and good laughs with my family, it was time to hit the road and do a little exploring after completing a few jobs in the AM.
I’m currently hanging out with family in Tweed Heads and we have had some pretty ordinary weather with a little bit of rain so i decided to head to Mt Tamborine to see if the waterfalls were flowing. I was quite surprised to see how dry it was up there and how little water was flowing over the falls.
Being holidays it was always going to be busy so i knew that i was probably only going to get to Curtis Falls. These falls are easily accessible from the village and the track in is only about 500m but does have some steps down, so i wasn’t going to be exerting myself too much 🙂
Located up on the beautiful Tamborine Mountain in the Gold Coast Hinterland, the track into the falls begins in the wet eucalypt forest beneath towering flooded gums merging into lush rainforest and ending at the bottom of the falls. The area around the falls is restricted to protect a glow worm colony.