Redwood and Jubilee Parks Loop


Experience this 11.6-km loop trail through eucalypt forest along the Toowoomba escarpment. This is a popular trail for hiking, mountain biking, and trail running, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. Starting from the Grasstree Track trailhead at the bottom of Redwood Park, this challenging circuit combines tracks from Redwood Park and Jubilee Park.
This route features a decent incline that is sure to get the heart pumping! Can become quite muddy in places, especially after rain.

The trails that make up this loop are officially listed as Grade 3/Medium - Grade 4/Hard (steep inclines, loose/uneven surfaces + limited signage). This track is suitable for walkers/joggers with a moderate-high fitness level.

Bird Watching
Dogs Permitted
Horses Permitted
Cycling Permitted
Eucalypt Forest
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there

From Toowomba, drive down the range highway and look for the signed carparking area on your left just after the 100km speed sign near the bottom of the range (if you get to Withcott you've gone too far). Walk down the gravel driveway and past the picnic area to find the Grasstree Track trailhead. 


Map signed at start of walk. Navigation Available on All Trails App. 

Route/Trail notes

From the picnic aream head left onto Grasstree Track and begin a moderate climb up Redwood Park. When the trail forks, keep right to stay on Grasstree Track, then turn right at the top of the range to follow the Bridle Trail all the way to the trailhead on Prince Henry Drive. Cross the road into Jubilee Park Loop and complete the Tristania Trail/Jubilee Bridle Trail loop, then complete the return leg down Redwood Park via Redwood Forest Trail. This final section has some steep and muddy sections that remain slippery for at least a week after heavy rain. 


No Costs or permits.

GPS Tracks

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Lots of hills and not much shade in summer. Tracks are wide but some intersections are poorly marked. Probably better to do this one in shorter sections until you know your way around.

Steph T on 10 Dec, 2021


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