Lovely walk through a Eucalyptus forest before entering a lovely cool rainforest. The track winds around onto a boardwalk which totally surrounds a strangler fig where the host has totally rotted away. A number of educational signs give some great information for the younger members of the family.

497m
Maximum Elevation
31m
Total Climb

Getting there

How do you get to the start of the walk? This walk starts from the Boombana picnic area which is about 1.4km past Jolly's lookout.

Maps

Which maps cover the area?

Route/Trail notes

This is a circuit that is well signed.  See attached GPS for further guidance.

Permits/Costs

Nil.

Other References

How can I find more info? Any guide books?

GPS Tracks

Comments

Beautiful short track in the rainforest. I loved the boardwalk around the huge strangler fig. Some great educational signs for kids and grown ups! I did this as part of an 11.5km return walk from Jolly’s Lookout (Egernia Circuit, Thylogale Track & Pitta Circuit). Very quiet in the morning and loads of wildlife.

S K on 30 Oct, 2019

Lovely easy walk even with toddlers

Newbie on 24 Apr, 2019

Great little walk amongst spectacular rainforest. Lots of wildlife spotting (if your quite enough).

Kelly Stardust on Mar, 2019

An easy extension to the Thylogale Track - nice and shady too.

Cath on 15 Aug, 2018

Super easy walk with lots of photography opportunities. I walked this track in the afternoon light and it was spectacularly beautiful in rainforest!

AmyKT on May, 2018

A short stroll in D'Aguilar NP

Bobbe on Jan, 2016

A pleasant walk through the rainforest. Easy enough for families with small kids. The informational signs throughout the walk are great. The sign in the picnic area states this walk is the Rainforest Circuit (2km), this is not correct. The track is definitely the Pitta Circuit (1km return).

rob.bushman on 6 Sep, 2015

Did the 1km circuit at a slow speed - took us about 30min. Great 300 year old fig tree. A very easy & enjoyable walk varying between open eucalypt & rainforest. Spotted a pademelon along the way.

rheia on 5 Apr, 2015

A lot of information is provided on such a short walk. There was a nice fire circle at the start of the walk. Not sure if this is available to the public or only with a ranger. I combined this with Egernia Cct and Thylogale Track making a combined total of about 10.5km.

Grumps on 24 Feb, 2014

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