Tamborine National Park

Way back….I was searching for a water fall in Tamborine National Park but ended up in Cedar Creek Section instead! There was a waterfall there {luckily} but it wasn’t the one I was aiming for, guess that’s the fun part of seeing Australia – exploring areas and trying to find new places to see.

Tamborine National Park ::

Cedar Creek Section

NO CAMPING ALLOWED OR FIRES

Discover Cedar Creek

INFORMATION BOARD ON WHAT TO DISCOVER

Eels in the Water at Cedar Creek

YOU WILL SEE MASSIVE EELS

Yes there are huge Eels in the water, yet the don’t seem to mind the swimmers, and you can see them swimming in and out of their homes – they live in the edge of the rocks in the water. There was a guy in the water who was trying to catch one to show our Kids up close and personal, but the eels out smarted him every time!

National Park and Cultural heritage

PROTECTING THE PARK FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

Park Closes Dates

PARK CLOSES DATES

Not sure why it closes and locks Carpark Gates for different times of the years?

Looking down to the waterfall

LOOKING DOWN ON THE WALKING TRACK

Beautiful Waterfall

GORGEOUS WATERFALL

walking down to the waterfall

WALKING DOWN THE STEEP STAIRS

Very hot day

OUR DAY WAS SO VERY HOT

Very high up

SO GLAD THERE WAS A HIGH RAILING

Cooling Down

PERFECT PLACE TO SPEND A HOT DAY

Cooling down

COOLING OFF THEIR FEET IN THE WATER

Exploring the waterfall

THIS IS MY WORLD AND HE LOVES EXPLORING IT

Kyle is our very Cheeky Monkey

CHEEKY MONKEY

The Waterfall

AT LEAST THE WATERFALL WAS WORTH THE TRIP

Lookout

GREAT PLACE FOR A GREAT LOOKOUT

What I remember about Tamborine National Park – it was hot! And the footpath down was easy going until you got to the section of the waterfall – that was a bit more tricky! And all of the four Children that I had that day decided to take a track that was not the easiest to get back up so I ended up having a great work out. After climbing back up and walking to the car we were all very hot and sweaty, so again we found a Water Playground to cool off at. There sure is a great variety of them around in Queensland, and for that matter also in New South Wales.

I also remember that the car park was very busy that day, I had to wait for a car to pull out so that I could park, and many cars were pulling up on the side of the Roads leading down to the car park to find a spot – not sure when is the right time of the day to avoid the car park issues! Oh and make sure you lock your cars, apparently they have break ins in the area.

Maybe one day we will get back up that way, and maybe one day I will find the waterfall I was searching for, mind you I can’t remember what it was called!! Will have to see if I can re-find it on google and add the place to our “Bucket List”

Cedar Creek National Park

A MAP OF ALL THERE IS TO SEE IN THE AREA

Have You Been To Tamborine National Park?

Ipswich to Tamborine National Park

Cheers

Lisa

New Life on the Road

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  1. Ipswich
    City in Australia

    Ipswich Australia
  2. Tamborine National Park
    Attraction in Cedar Creek Australia

    Cedar Creek Australia
    1300 130 372
    http://www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/tamborine/
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