Tamborine National Park, including Witches Falls - Queensland’s first national park - offers walking tracks leading to secluded places where you can soak up cool mountain air in the forest and enjoy a picnic with friends and family. Take your pick of several short easy walking tracks, each leading the way through this green oasis. Exciting discoveries, such as Curtis Falls where platypus feed, piccabeen palm groves, cliffs and rocky outcrops with splendid views, are just a short distance away from the charming township of Tamborine Mountain, complete with boutique shops full of hidden treasures and lovely restaurants. Tamborine Mountain National Park is comprised of seven park sections within 10 kms of each other, famous for their beautiful rainforest bushwalks. All tracks are under 3 kms, well beaten and easy to negotiate. Popular bushwalking tracks include Cedar Creek (see separate listing on the NP site), Joalah, The Knoll, MacDonald Park, Palm Grove and Witches Falls.