Brisbane Waterfalls - 15 Waterfalls Near Brisbane to Visit Story

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Introduction

Brisbane Waterfalls - 15 Waterfalls Near Brisbane to Visit Story

Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, is the third-largest city in Australia population-wise. Built on the...

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Waterfall 1

Kondalilla Falls, Kondalilla National Park

One of the best waterfalls in the Brisbane area is Kondalilla Falls. The falls drop...

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Waterfall 2

Cedar Creek Falls, Love Falls & Greens Falls, D’Aguilar National Park

This out and back hike is just shy of 10 km (6 miles) and can...

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Waterfall 3

Curtis Falls, Tamborine National Park

Located near Mt. Tamborine, Curtis Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls around Brisbane....

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Waterfall 4

Queen Mary Falls, Main Range National Park

The Queen Mary Falls Circuit is an easy hike with breathtaking views of the falls...

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Waterfall 5

Twin Falls, Springbrook National Park

An hour and a half south of Brisbane is the Twin Falls Circuit, a gorgeous...

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Waterfall 6

Purling Brook Falls, Springbrook National Park

Another hike located in Springbrook National Park, close to the Gold Coast Hinterland, is the...

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Waterfall 7

Natural Bridge Falls, Springbrook National Park

The Natural Bridge Falls is a phenomenal combination of a waterfall and rock bridge tucked...

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Waterfall 8

Cougal Cascade, Currumbin Valley

Located in Springbrook National Park, the Cougal Cascade contains a hike that leads you deep...

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Waterfall 9

Simpson Falls, Mount Coot-tha

The Simpson Falls Circuit is an 8 km (5-mile) loop offering views of the city...

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Waterfall 10

JC Slaughter Falls, Mount Coot-tha

The J.C. Slaughter Falls is a seasonal waterfall that is spectacular during the monsoon season...

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Waterfall 11

Morans Falls, Lamington National Park

The Morans Falls Track is a super popular trail for both locals and tourists and...

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Waterfall 12

Elabana Falls, Darragumai Falls, Box Log Falls & Yanbacoochie Falls

The Box Forest circuit is a nearly 11 km (7-mile) loop featuring numerous gorgeous waterfalls....

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Waterfall 13

Baxter Falls and Mapleton Falls, Mapleton Falls National Park

The Baxter Creek Falls has an out-and-back track that can take up to 3 hours...

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Waterfall 14

Serenity Falls, Buderim Forest Park

Serenity Falls is tucked deep in Buderim Forest Park's jungle, but it is easily accessed...

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Waterfall 15

Booloumba Falls, Conondale National Park

The Booloumba Falls are protected in Conondale National Park and feed into several rock pools...

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Conclusion

Final Thoughts

There are loads of waterfalls fairly close to Brisbane that will literally blow your mind...

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