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2012-02-11 Purlingbrook Falls PlusNine Club members (Paul, John, Peter & Sara, Sue, Colin, Julie, Joy, Elizabeth) were pleased to welcome and share the day with two new walkers (Craig & Lori).

On arrival at Gwongorella Car Park the walkers set off for Purlingbrook lookout.  Arriving at the top of the falls, we found Park Rangers had closed part of the Circuit due to landslides. We took the Western track which includes steps down to the base of Purlingbrook Falls then continued on to the Tanninaba Falls. The Falls were spectacular after the heavy rain of the last two weeks. The weather was on our side and this made for a great walk.


We then walked to the Waringa pool, where we had our morning coffee before returning by the same track, up the steps to the car park, where we stopped for lunch under a covered picnic area.

Being midday we decided we could do the Twin Falls Circuit. This 4 km circuit is one of the most scenic walks in the Springbrook National Park with the twin falls cascading water at an impressive rate.  We started this walk at the top of Twin Falls and continued on to the base of the falls then on to Blackfellows falls where the track takes you between the cliff face and the cascading water. From there it was a steady climb to the Canyon Lookout, through open forest and views to the Pinnacles.

We arrived back at the Car Park, where we stopped for coffee and a post walk discussion. All shared the same thoughts that the combined walks were spectacular making it one of the best 11km walks for the Tamborine Club - Paul

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