East Creek Park

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An easy walk through connecting parks along the reserve of East Creek in Toowoomba.

Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
Wheelchair Accessibility
Public Transport
Dogs Permitted
Cycling Permitted

Getting there

Starting at Queens Park or the Botanic Gardens head across Margaret St and you will see the parklands extend up along Kitchener St then MacKenzie St and on


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Route/Trail notes

Starting at Queens Park Botanic Gardens you can walk as far as Spring St Park at Middle Ridge (roughly 7.5km one way depending on how much meandering you do).  There are concrete footpaths all the way with ponds, bridges, and kids playgrounds here and there and lots of picnic areas.  A good part of the walk is able to be done in shade - until you get to the last section beyond the waterbird habitat at Rangeville where there are parts you will need to walk across grass or use the footpaths beside the roads and there is not much shade there.  Dogs allowed on leash for the entire distance  (walk around the fenced waterbird habitat) and there is an unfenced dog off-leash area at Gernett Lehmann park.


Open parks - easy access to the public at any point along the way.

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