Ironbark Trail , Eumundi Conservation Park

Queensland

A hilly landscape with grassy open forest features in this park. Along creeks and sheltered gullies, tall wet eucalypt forest and rainforest grows. Horseriders, mountain bike riders and walkers can enjoy the tranquillity of this park on shared trails.

Getting there

Eumundi Regional Park is located on the Sunshine Coast, a few minutes drive from Eumundi township and approximately 18km south-west of Noosa. Approximately 120km north of Brisbane.

Best entrance is from Seib Road Gate , on Seib Rd turn left into Verrierdale Forest Road.

Maps

Department of Parks Qld

Route/Trail notes

wide trail, natural surface, moderate slope, some obstacles.

Some trails include short steep sections—see map for details. For experienced riders

and horses with moderate skills and fitness. For skilled mountain bike riders.

Some bushwalking experience recommended.

Permits/Costs

Free

Other References

How can I find more info? Any guide books?

Comments

Followed the Ironbark Trail 4.5km but still didn't reach the end at North Arm -Yandina Creek Road Gate, and we walked at a medium pace. Nice wide tracks with some steep hills, slightly wet in places and there hasn't been any rain recently here on the Sunny Coast lately. There is lots of signage so track is easy to follow. Beware of horse riders, we came across a few even if the sign says no horses allowed. We plan on going back to complete this walk all the way to the end.

Marisa on 21 Jul, 2017

Much easier second time around and we didn't get lost! A tiny drizzle of rain but it held off until we finished.

julieo on 19 Jul, 2015

Nice easy track through some marshy, swampy areas especially as it had rained a couple of days ago and rained quite heavy as we reached the end. The map refers to a second gate just before allandale rd. If you get to this road you have missed the track. A few hills but not too steep. A very pleasant walk but a little longer than stated. We did just over 12 kms

julieo on 17 May, 2015

PLEASE Note some sections through SWAMP woodland is muddy and wet after rain !!!
Did this walk in combination with all the others , spending a good 3.30 hrs in this park. Nice wide trail to walk on , did some across some mountain bike riders and signs of horse riders too. Quite easy , just a couple mild hills , love the difference of scenery ...rainforest ...ironbark trees ....gumtrees...etc etc

J on 18 Oct, 2014

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