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A lovely walk along the crest of the D'Aguilar Range with a creek to walk along.

405m
Maximum Elevation
550m
Total Climb

Getting there

From Dayboro drive west on Mackenzie Street, which becomes Lacey Creek Road. Follow Lacey Creek Road to the junction with Mount Pleasant Road and veer right to follow Mount Pleasant Road. Continue on straight ahead, where Mt Pleasant Road goes right onto Mt Brisbane Road. Follow Mt Brisbane Road to the junction with Chambers Road and the D'Aguilar National Park sign.

Maps

Mount Byron 1:25000

Route/Trail notes

Starting from Mount Brisbane Road, the walk follows Chambers Road to the top of the D'Aguilar Range and Peggs Road. Turn right and continue to ascend. The road flattens out and then descends into Byron Creek. About 200 metres before reaching the creek os a track to the left. Follow this track which descends into Byron Creek. Walk up Byron Creek, past deep waterhole and cliffs to the Peggs Road causeway. Enter onto Peggs Road and turn right and follow Peggs Road and Chambers Road back to the start.

Permits/Costs

No permits or costs for this walk

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Comments

We only did 11k. Didn't do the creek walk part or a little bit of the side shoot about 1/2 way. Great walk though. Nice creek at the end even though it's quite dry at the moment.

Quentin Andrews on 4 Apr, 2020

Very hot walk, but full of shade and the creek was great!

GlasshouseBW on 31 Jan, 2016

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