Crows Nest Falls

National Parks and Reserves

Just half an hour’s drive from Toowoomba, Crows Nest Falls can easily be combined with a visit to nearby Ravensbourne National Park.
Weeping bottlebrush, river she-oak and forest red gum line watercourses while dry vine scrubs grow in sheltered gullies where soil and moisture accumulate at the Falls, a prominent feature of Crows Nest National Park.

After good rain, water tumbles through eucalypt forest along a series of boulder-strewn cascades, before plunging 20 metres over Crows Nest Falls into a waterhole surrounded by steep, granite cliffs.

The Falls are a haven for native birds and provides many opportunities for birdwatchers. Wildflowers, including the rare Acacia granitica, flourish in the shallow, rocky soils and provide colourful displays in spring and summer.

Explore Crows Nest Creek, the falls and the Valley of Diamonds by following walking tracks that start at the picnic ground. Lookouts provide lovely views. Seasonal wildflowers provide interest for photographers and naturalists, and spotlighting for nocturnal native animals can be rewarding.

Picnic and camping areas are provided (a camping permit is required). The campground includes unpowered sites for tents and caravans. Showers, toilets, barbecues, tables, water and firewood are also provided.

Facilities

Barbeque Carpark Picnic Area Public Toilet

Activities

Birdwatching Camping Walks

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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Picturesque waterway in Crows Nest National Park

Crows Nest National Park

Crows Nest, Toowoomba

Crows Nest Museum and Historical Village

Crows Nest Museum and Historical Village

Crows Nest, Toowoomba

Crows Nest Falls

Crows Nest Falls

Crows Nest, Toowoomba

Crows Nest Art Gallery

Crows Nest Regional Art Gallery

Crows Nest, Toowoomba