Hinterland Regional Park


A series of several short tracks which can make up a decent distance. A beautiful regional park situated in Mudgeeraba. The parklands cover 62 hectares and are a great location to undertake a range of recreational activities, or to just sit back and enjoy nature.

This parkland was the first Mudgeeraba land to be settled by Europeans in 1869. The original vegetation has been highly modified in the past 140 years as a result of: clearing timber cutting for sawmills and fence posts and rails, grazing by beef and dairy cattle, construction of water pipelines and power lines, invasion by introduced pasture legumes and escapees from gardens, and dam construction.

Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
Dogs Permitted

Getting there

30-46 Hardys Rd, MUDGEERABA QLD. Free parking available.


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Route/Trail notes

The walk is clearly signed, see attached GPS for further guidance.  Please note only the north section tracks allow dogs on leash.  Dogs are not permitted in the south section tracks.



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Another great visit. Plenty to explore here

Rob Nicholson on 24 Sep, 2017

A nice set of tracks. A great place for birding, a vast variety of species can be spotted here.

Rob Nicholson on 4 Jun, 2017

Lovely park crossed with country feel. Great for kids and so
Close to the city.

Chantelle on 8 Sep, 2015


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