Australia · Travel

Buderim Forest Walk

IMG_9696The Sunshine Coast and South-East Queensland is home to an absolute plethora of family-friendly activities. From Noosa Heads, out to Toowoomba down to Warwick and then south to Mt Warning, South East Queensland has so much to offer. I am a strong advocate for South East Queensland being more than theme parks, beaches and Brisbane CBD.

My sister is one of the most incredible mothers I know and I work / know many other incredible parents who will go out of their way to ensure their kids and families experience everything our beautiful corner of the world has to offer. So in the spirit of finding activities which everyone is able to participate in, I decided to take myself on a road-trip during the School activities.

As I had only headed South on the Wednesday, I decided North was my destination for the Friday. The Buderim Forest Waterfall Walk is a 45 hectare oasis, on the northern side of Buderim. It is a welcoming rainforest with tall trees, ferns, waterfalls, beautiful bird calls and cascading water.

I chose to enter from the Lindsay Road via Harry’s Lane in Buderim and there were plenty of parking spots. There is a beautiful area of electric barbecues and picnic tables and as you start your walk, it commences on an elevated wooden boardwalk. I made my way through the forest, crossing over the impressive Martins Creek at several way points. I made my way up to the Buderim Falls, however once I got there and set my gear up, we were met with polite yet persistent rainfall. This quickly escalated into moderate rainfall and I fund myself packing up my gear and making a very wet (yet fun) journey back to my car.

Here is a fun fact bout the bridge, it was actually lowered into place by a helicopter after it was built offsite! Swimming is ill-advised given it is a spring fed source which has weaved its way through many urban developments by the time it gets to the falls.

I live on the Southside of Brisbane and my journey took around an hour and twenty minutes to reach my destination (with rainy weather and slower traffic). The drive way beautiful and I could not recommend this destination enough for an easy and cheap adventure with the family.

IMG_9683Where is your favourite bush-walk in Queensland? Anything you can recommend to others?

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