Davies Creek Walks

Falls Circuit Walk

  • Rating: Easy
  • Time: 20mins
  • Type: Open Forest Trail
  • Length: 850m
  • Access By Road: 30km

Davies Creek Falls are the focal point of Davies Creek National Park. The falls are 2km beyond the camping area at Davies Creek, on Davies Creek Road. A circuit path accesses two lookouts next to the falls, and then winds along the creekbank to a picnic area further upstream, before returning to the carpark. The lookouts offer a panorama of the northern Tableland and views of the gorge and the 75 metre waterfall.

Kahlpahlim Rock

  • Rating: Strenuous
  • Time: 6 Hours
  • Type: Mixed Forest Trail
  • Length: 10km Return Walk
  • Access By Road: 36km

Kahlpahlim Rock is the highest point of the Lamb Range, a huge granite massif that looms large above the surrounding mountains. Two trailheads, 4km apart, offer walkers totally different ecological experiences. The two trails converge on a ridge 1km from Kahlpahlim Rock. At Kahlpahlim Rock you can enjoy spectacular views over the Atherton Tableland and Cairns. The walk can also be undertaken as a circuit by returning on the alternative trail. The strenuous return walk takes about 6 hours, depending on your level of fitness and the route you choose.

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