|Twin Falls, Springbrook National Park|
Twin Falls Circuit: Class 3, 4 km.
This is one of our all-time favourite walks. Not only is the scenery superb the wildlife we have encountered is unique and unforgettable. Do bear in mind though that this is prime leech territory.
The starting point for walking the Twin Falls Circuit is a short drive from Settlement Campground in Springbrook National Park. There is parking at either the Tallanbana picnic area or the Canyon Lookout carpark. It is recommended that the walk be done anti-clockwise.
There is plenty of beautiful scenery to see on the trail to Twin Falls.
|Twin Falls, Springbrook National Park.|
|Land Mullet Egernia major and a Murray's Skink Eulamprus murrayi|
As we continued the circuit and climbed back up above the falls, we were lucky to see several Lamington Spiny Crayfish. As we were crossing a small creek we saw a flash of blue disappearing behind some rocks so we decided to stop and wait quietly to see if the crayfish would return. Our patience was rewarded with good views of several crayfish moving about the creek. We saw several colour variations from brown-blue, pale blue to bright blue.
|Lamington Spiny Crayfish Euastacus sulcatus|