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The Simpson Falls, a cascade waterfall on the West Ithaca Creek, is located within the Mount Coot-tha Forest, in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
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Lovely shady hike up to the falls, with plenty of car parking and picnic space at the bottom. The view from the falls includes, in the distance, the city - quite magical. Not too busy, and worth a visit.
A wonderful place for a picnic or bbq. Amenities include covered BBQS and tables and toilets. A great trail network for hiking and MTB.
Plenty of modern facilities, family and wheelchair friendly picnic areas. V pleasant.
Nice little walk there, quite easy but probably wear shoes and no thongs.
Nice picnic / barbecue area with ample grassy area for a small game of backyard cricket or similar. It looks almost purpose built for small gatherings or a park birthday. The walk is lovely for young families and fur babies. Thoroughly enjoyed it.