Twin Falls in Springbook National Park offered hidden waterfalls, a surprise rock cave, and the ability to go behind its namesake dual drop all in one hike.
Curtis Falls is a 10-12m waterfall that stood out mostly because it is known to be one of the few natural waterfalls that harbour a wild glow worm colony.
Cameron Falls is a light-flowing waterfall on Sandy Creek accessed by a 1.3km walking track with overlooks from Tamborine National Park’s namesake plateau.
Cedar Creek Falls is a 15-20m waterfall tumbling towards rock pools which can be a swim hole accessed by 500-900m walking track in Tamborine National Park.
Purling Brook Falls is a 100m plunge waterfall on Little Nerang Creek accessed by a 4km circuit track passing by Tanninaba Falls into an ancient rainforest.
The Natural Bridge and its waterfall are unusual Springbrook National Park features where Cave Creek drops into a hole and emerges from a cave with glow worms.
Goomoolahra Falls (or Bilborough’s Falls) is a waterfall viewable from an overlook near the end of Springbrook Road, which featured other panoramic lookouts.