Carbines Chute 2km | 1 hour
A fairly easy walk. This takes you from the back of the camping area at Dandabah over the swamp and Saddletree Creek to the picnic area. Many of the trees are named and the satin bowerbird is a must-see.
Picnic Area to Chute No.3 3.4km | 1.5–2 hours
This is the most popular track as it takes in Festoon Falls, Pine Gorge Lookout (with its grass trees along the ridge, plus breathtaking valley views to the north and east), Tim Shea Falls and numerous rocky pools. This is an easy walk with interpretive signs. The rainforest is just beautiful! An added bonus is walking through the stangular fig.
Fishers Lookout to Cunjevoi Falls 4.2km return | 1.5–2 hours
Access to this track is via Dandabah or Paradise Falls carpark. Enjoy Paradise Falls, Little Falls, and the Big Falls 122m drop (most spectacular after heavy rain) before it links in with the 4km Scenic Circuit. Choose to add an extra 1.5km (750m each way) to take in Big Falls Lookout and Barker’s Creek Gorge of the valley and plains below. For an extra 1km, choose the alternate Pine Gorge Lookout and Festoon Falls route instead of the shorter Tim Shea Falls leg of the 4km Scenic Circuit.
Picnic Area to Fishers Lookout Circuit Track Total 4.2km | 2-3 hours 3.4km walk and 720m return by road
Cut out the 4km Scenic Circuit leg to enjoy Paradise Falls, Little Falls, Big Falls (and the bald areas around Big Falls) to culminate in the Big Falls and Barker’s Creek Lookouts.
Picnic Area to Chute No.3 and Fishers Lookout Circuit Total 6.4km | 3-4 hours
Choose whether to start or finish at Dandabah or Westcott Camping area. The track follows part of the cliff line on the mountain’ western side, taking in the spectacular views over the Darling Downs. Enjoy the mountains’ diverse vegetation types from rainforest to bald to open eucalypt forest with a grasstree under-storey.