Three Short Walks

Box Forest Track – This track leaves the Border Track 1.7 km from Green Mountains and descends to West Canungra Creek, connecting to the West Canungra Creek Track near Yanbacoochie Falls. Some of the mammoth smooth, pink-barked brush box trees that adorn this walk are estimated to be around 1500 years old.

Moran’s Falls – The Moran’s Falls track starts from the Lamington National Park Road a short distance downhill from the Green Mountains Information Centre. Pass through Cool Subtropical Rainforest to reach the lookout which provides spectacular views of the 80m Moran’s falls. Cross Moran’s Creek to where the original O’Reilly’s home stood at the top of the falls in the early 1900s to enjoy extraordinary views of Albert River Valley.

Python Rock – Starting from the same spot on Lamington National Park Road as Moran’s track, the Python Rock track descends to a lookout at Python Rock. Enjoy spectacular views of Moran’s Falls and Castle Crag, then see Mt Lindsay on the distant horizon as the sun sets.

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Featuring tjupurru on seismic didjeridu (didjeribone)

Visuals Copyright Duncan Waddell 2006 | Audio Copyright Adrian Fabila 2006


Lamington National Park, Green Mountains Section

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https://findapark.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/lamington/morans-falls-track-track

https://findapark.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/lamington/python-rock-track-track