Mee-bor-rum Circuit

New South Wales

This circuit track passes through heathland and features a lookout with views of Tamborine Mountain, Lamington Plateau and Mount Barney. Care must be taken at the lookout; it is a natural texture and has no handrails. Further along the track a circular viewing platform provides views of the heathland and southern section of Mount French.

477m
Maximum Elevation
17m
Total Climb

Getting there

Travel south-west from Brisbane to Boonah. Follow Boonah-Rathdowney Road to Dugandan Hotel, approx 1km south and turn right. Follow the road to the left, Mt French National Park. At T intersection, Turn left towards Mt French. Follow the main road around to the right. Then Mt French Car park and picnic grounds.

Alt: From Brisbane travel along the Ipswich motorway turn left Warrego Highway follow highway turn left to Bonah connection road. Right to Kent pockets road then straight at  ntersection and right into Mt French Road follow road to Carpark and day use picnic areas.

Maps

Sunmap 1:25 000 Mount Alford and Fassifern

Route/Trail notes

All trails are in excellant condition all year round. Toilets, water onsite.

Permits/Costs

NIL, camping is allowed self regisation available on-site. Pub holidays may require booking ahead.

Other References

http://www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/moogerah-peaks/about.html#Mee-bor-rum_circuit

Comments

I enjoyed this walk, but not as much as the northern lookout which has better cliffs and views.

Beautiful wild flowers on display.

Juiced Pixels on 2 Dec, 2017

SO many grass trees, a sea of them, I've never seen them so thick on the ground. The views were good and it was a nice easy walk.

SweetLorikeet on May, 2017

Did this after setting camp up in evening, nice lil walk . Very quite

J on 14 Apr, 2017

Very easy walk, it's a bit hard to see the view due to the high trees. Suprising how the bush turns into heathland so quickly.

rob.bushman on 11 Oct, 2015

Great walk for our three-year-old companion

Dvette on 2015

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