Gorge Falls is a 4km return walk that starts at the end of Tallebudgera Creek Road. Known as The Cream Track, the trail begins with a stroll through bushland, with glimpses of a gently flowing creek to the right. The track itself is well maintained with clear signage for users. There are a few detours from the trail leading to private properties, however, these too are signed accordingly.
Hikers will enjoy three shallow creek crossings along the trail. As you approach the fourth creek crossing, take the smaller path to the left (following the creek upstream). This pathway is quite narrow and requires users to navigate fallen logs, raised tree roots and uneven ground.
At the fork in the creek, users must cross over the water and trek along the creek bed. This involves extended periods of rock hopping and occasionally, scrambling over larger boulders. Younger children or less experienced hikers may find this particular section overwhelming or difficult.
The sight of Gorge Falls is breathtaking. From the ground level, you can see water flowing from a cave and down the impressively large cliff face. Younger children can splash in the shallows, whilst more capable swimmers can slide / jump into the deeper water from the rocky ledges.
Please note that the Cream Track is no longer accessible from the end of Springbrook Road. As always, check for updates regarding any track closures or changes when planning your hike.
1984 Tallebudgera Creek Road, Tallebudgera Valley QLD 4228, Australia