Sat, 17 Aug | Kondalilla Falls Car Park

Baroon Pocket to Kondalilla Falls Walk

Join us for one of South East Queensland's most beautiful bushwalks! (moderate fitness level required)
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Baroon Pocket to Kondalilla Falls Walk

Time & Location

17 Aug 2019, 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
Kondalilla Falls Car Park, 74 Kondalilla Falls Rd, Flaxton QLD 4560, Australia

About the event

Listed as one of the most beautiful hikes in SE QLD and a prominent feature of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk, the Baroon Pocket Dam to Kondalilla Falls hike is one that's been on the list for a while! This 10km (20km return) section includes great views of the Baroon Pocket dam, Obi Obi Creek, upper and lower Kondalilla Falls and widely varying bushland, from rainforest to dense bushland and riparian forest.

As we will be doing this as a one-way hike, we'll be meeting first at the Kondalilla Falls carpark before carpooling down to Baroon Pocket Dam where we will begin the 10km walk. The trek back to Kondalilla Falls will take approximately 2.5 to 3 hours, and includes some challenging steep sections so a reasonable fitness level is required.

If you'd like to join us, we'll be meeting at the Kondalilla carpark at 8:30am before carpooling to Baroon Pocket Dam (15 minute drive) and hoping to start the walk by 9am.

For anyone that is interested in joining us for the Binna Burra Weekend Hiking Retreat in September, including the 18km Coomera Circuit, this will be a good challenge to prepare and ensure you can make the distance.

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For first timers, please be aware that TKC is a meetup group and all attendees to our events and activities participate at their own risk. Please be careful and treat your fellow adventurers with kindness and respect. As always, TKC events are run on a donation basis in order to be accessible to all, with any contributions appreciated to assist our hosts and help to run more events.

If you haven't yet done so, make sure to join our private group to get further details closer to the event, and to link up with other outdoor enthusiasts in the region - www.facebook.com/groups/tkcadventures/

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