There are a number of breathtaking waterfalls are located all over the Tamborine Mountain, however the Curtis Falls walk provides a scenic view for very little effort. Located in the heart of the mountain, less than a kilometer from Gallery Walk, Curtis Falls is the only waterfall that walkers can view from the bottom. Being fed by the ever icy cold water of Cedar Creek, the falls run all year-round, although the water tends to become just a small trickle during the dry season. The return journey is less than 1km, with plenty of wildlife to be spotted on the gradual downhill trek to the falls. The track ends at a viewing platform overlooking the large rock pool, with great views, along with providing the opportunity for those brave enough to have a quick dip!

Access to the track is via Cedar Creek Falls Road with two picnic areas and wheelchair-accessible toilets, located near the car park. The picnic area is surrounded by eucalypt forest and day trippers stopping for lunch are guaranteed to have the local birdlife drop in for a visit. There are also several cafes and restaurants a short walk away, should you wish to reward yourself with a delicious coffee or cake after your walk!