J.E. Duggan Park - Wallaby Walk and Sensory Trail


J.E. Duggan Park is a pocket of urban bushland on the southern edge of the Toowoomba escarpment, with two lookouts over the Lockyer Valley and Mt Meewah/Tabletop Mountain. This park has been upgraded to include two wheelchair accessible tracks, braille information signs and a sensory trail that can is accessible for walkers with a visual impairment. The picnic and toilet facilities are also wheelchair accessible.

Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
Wheelchair Accessibility
No Cycling Permitted
Eucalypt Forest

Getting there

J.E. Duggan Park is located at the southern end of Leslie St in Rangeville. A gravel parking area is provided next to the park gates. 


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Route/Trail notes

From the picnic area, follow the compacted gravel path marked 'Wallaby Walk' until you reach Lockyer Lookout. The path widens occasionally to allow for space for wheelchair rest spots, and there is a large seat at the lookout. Return via the same path, or turn right at Link Walk to return to the picnic area via Sensory Walk. The sensory trail has a flat, compacted dirt surface, but there may be leaf/stick litter across the path. There are guide ropes along the path for people with vision impairment, however there are may breaks in the rope due to vandalism (council maintain this park regularly).  



Other References

J.E. Duggan Park (stephtred.wixsite.com)

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Amazing little park with one of the best lookouts in the region. Lots of accessible features & facilities making it ideal for wheelchair/pram users. There is a playground across the road.

Steph T on 7 Dec, 2021


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