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Thu, 07 Apr


Cedar Creek

Youth Week - Cedar Creek Adventure - MBRC Sponsored

An adventure to Cedar Creek Falls and beyond. Hike, scramble, balance, and swim.

Youth Week - Cedar Creek Adventure - MBRC Sponsored
Youth Week - Cedar Creek Adventure - MBRC Sponsored

Time & Location

07 Apr 2022, 8:00 am – 11:00 am AEST

Cedar Creek, 964 Cedar Creek Rd, Cedar Creek QLD 4520, Australia

About the event

Unplug and connect with nature, yourself and others!

A mindful adventure up Cedar Creek will enliven your senses, relax your mind and challenge your body. This natural playground is filled with an abundance of rock pools, tumbling waterfalls and ancient rainforest.

This activity requires a good level of fitness and you must be confident on uneven surfaces. For those 12-25 years old.

Rock-hop up the creek over granite boulders and slabs. Take your shoes off if you dare and feel your connection with the earth. In less than a kilometre we’ll arrive at the main falls where you may swim in the healing tumbling waters. 

Alternatively, you may choose to rest and contemplate by the water’s edge.

Our journey continues above the waterfall as we explore shaded pools and vibrant forest. There's opportunities for for both adventure and individual quiet reflection.

This event is generously sponsored by Moreton Bay Regional Council.

What to wear on the start of the walk:
  • Boys/Men- A pair of boardshorts and sun smart shirt.
  • Girls/Women- As above or activewear. Wear your swimmers under your clothes as there's no change rooms at the falls.
  • Check the weather for Cedar Creek (4520)- If it looks like we'll get showers pack a raincoat, bring a jumper if the weather will be cool.
  • Walking shoes: although you may choose to walk with bare feet
  • Sun hat
What to take on the walk:

Small daypack with the following items:

  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen and Insect repellent (no sprays please)
  • Small towel
  • Morning tea
Getting there:

Drive to the end of Cedar Creek Road (20 minutes from Samford Village). The road crosses the creek multiple times along the way. There is a car park at the end of Cedar Creek Road and a gate restricting vehicle access beyond this point. Your guide will meet you here.

Things to note:

Walking distances - depending on group fitness levels and how many times we stop to explore, the group may walk from 1.5 to 3km.

There are no bathroom facilities at the venue so go before you arrive. The closest public toilet is 2km before the meeting point at Andy WIlliams Reserve. If you need 'to go' during the activity then your guide will have toilet paper for ‘bush wees’.

There is no phone reception at the venue.

This is an all weather event (rain or shine). In the event of severe weather forecast, we will cancel or reschedule where possible.


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