Adungadoo Pathway

Darling Downs South West

Follow the peaceful waters of Bungil Creek. Ancient River red Gums are a beautiful feature of this walk, while the watercourse is a must for bird watchers. Take a small detour on route to see the largest Queensland Bottle Tree.

Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
Dogs Permitted
Cycling Permitted
Eucalypt Forest
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there:

The walk starts at the back of the Big Rig tourist attraction of the Warrego Highway at Riggers Road, Roma.

Route/Trail notes:

Follow the pathway as it crosses Bungil Creek and travels westward along the waterway. After 1km, the creek turns north, but the pathway continues to Shady's Lagoon and follows a lesser creek through to the far side of town and back. There are plenty of interesting interpretive signs detailing the history of the area along the way.



Other References/Comments:

Bungil Creek has flooded dramatically over the years and now a levee on the southern bank protects the town.


Easy paced track in Roma which seems to be used as the local exercise track and is shared with cyclist too. Nice though and provides a lil movement when on a road trip / staying in Roma.

J on 23 Apr, 2019

Out west on a road trip and if there is a walk to find, I'll find it! A bit of exercise after a morning at the Sales Yards and working off the previous night's red wine and huge steak dinner. Found out by accident (markings on the pathway), that this is also Roma's Parkrun.

F.A.B. on 7 Sep, 2017


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