Bulls Falls & Falls Lookout
D'Aguilar National Park (Mount Mee)
A short walk from a 4WD track to a beautiful, but typically dry, waterfall, as well as a lookout across the forest into the Neurum Valley.
This heavily trafficked, well-marked trail starts from a small car park on the Mount Mee Forest Drive (a 4WD track).
The easy walk winds through scrub forest to Falls Lookout, a constructed platform offering views toward the D'Aguilar Range and into Neurum Valley.
A little further and another constructed platform offers views to the top of Bulls Falls. While typically not flowing unless there has been substantial recent rain, the small pools at the top of the falls are still delightful.
It is also possible to walk to the rocky pools and rock hop slightly upstream.
This walk is perfect for families and children, with plenty of wildlife, including birds, pademelons, butterflies and lizards.
Track: Graded and well-signed, the track is easy to follow.
Difficulty: The track is suitable for all fitness levels.
Direction: This is an out-and-back track that returns the way it came. For directions for the 4WD track, see the Mount Mee Forest Drive activity page.
The trail starts from a small car park about 1.5 kilometres along the Mount Mee Forest Drive, which begins along Neurum Creek Road, near The Gantry, which is at the end of Sellin Road in Mount Mee, 1.25 hours drive northwest of Brisbane.
Parking is relatively ample, but the location gets extremely busy on weekends and public holidays.
A high-clearance 4WD is required to get to the walk.
best time to go
The walk can be completed year-round.
Always check the Queensland Parks website for updates on track closures.
Remember, whenever venturing into the outdoors, practice the Leave No Trace principles and be considerate of others. This means: dispose of your waste properly, don't remove things or move things from their natural position and respect all wildlife. Also be sure to plan ahead and adequately prepare for any adventure.
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