Mt Nebo Lookout Track

Manorina National Park

This track meanders through a variety of forest types , enjoy the view of Samford Valley and Mount Tempest once reaching the rocky outcrop of Mt Nebo Lookout point. Note: this walk is along a 4WD track, for the dedicated walking track (through the rainforest areas) see: Morelia Track.

No Dogs Permitted
Cycling Permitted

 

Getting there

From Samford follow Mt Glorious Rd up into the Nat. Park , turn left onto Mt Nebo road and look for sign of the Manorina car park area

Maps

Dept. of services / parks

Route/Trail notes

This is a forest access track generally used by 4WD during bushfires. It can also be walked.

Permits/Costs

No permits required

Other References

 

Comments

Well worth the hike amazing views from the top would love to do again

Ling on 4 Aug, 2019

Some amazing old growth trees along this track, less rainforesty than the main walking track. Spectacular view from the sumit.

Kelly Stardust on Jan, 2019

June 2018

Jen on 17 Jun, 2018

Nice easy walk. Pretty lookout even though it was hazy the day we walked it.

Jaimi on 2 Sep, 2017

lots of leeches. still a good track.

gizmobazz on 31 May, 2017

Very easy - lovely walk. Fabulous view over Samford Valley.

enzedk8 on 12 Jun, 2016

Cruzy walk today. Weather was great. Lots of Whipbirds.

Wolty on 9 Aug, 2015

Nice long walk , some narrow at times on paths and lil rainforest pockets along the way. Ending with a nice view , worth the hike !

J on 9 Nov, 2014

Took the kids again lovely view. Followed the Rocky Tors to an interesting view of Mt Glorious and Samson.

Laurence Hallam on 14 Aug, 2010

A great walk for the kids 4 and 7 years old. 3 km uphill to great views and rocks to crawl over and 3km downhill.

Laurence Hallam on 10 Jul, 2010

http://www.youtube.com/user/TheKendo72

We attempted this track with all our gear and camped out overnight due to the time we ended up there. Great views of the coastline. Great morning shots of the sunrise over the water.
When we arrived we saw that there had previously been a camp fire made. But unfortunately they had just walked away from it without cleaning up the site. So I cleaned up the site and prepared it for our own camp fire while others were out gathering wood. It was a great time friends sharing good times and making memories.
When we left there was no sign that we'd even been there.




Another day.... Another walk....

Boris Zoubakin on 31 May, 2010

Where

Click here to load this map.

Nearby Walks

Done this walk?

This walk has been ticked 34 times

Aussie Bushwalking can keep track of your bushwalks.

Login/signup to tick this walk off.

Tick walks to keep track of where you've been. You must Login to tick walks. Accounts are 100% free so sign up if you don't have one.