Rocks Circuit

Karawatha Forest

A good circuit walk. Great view over the bushland. Includes stairs.

Picnic Facilities
Toilets
Dogs Permitted
125m
Maximum Elevation
297m
Total Climb

Getting there:

Entry is located at the Acacia St park area. You begin on the Ironbark Circuit and follow the signs for the Rocks Circuit. 

Maps

A map can be obtained from the Karawatha Forest Discovery Centre

http://www.karawatha.com/map.htm

The Discovery Centre and Acacia Street park area are great facilities with picnic areas, toilets and natural playground.

Route/Trail notes

The walk is well signed, see attached GPS for further guidance

Permits/Costs

None

Other References

https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/environment-waste/natural-environment/bushland-reserves/karawatha-forest-park

GPS Tracks

Comments

Pleasant walk, interesting rock formations along the way. Very dry and not a lot of shade, so make sure you take plenty of water and sunscreen. Recommend taking a map of the area, available at the Discovery Centre or online, as there are many trails and it could get confusing, even with the signage.

Sarah on 1 Sep, 2019

One of our favourite local family walks. Kids enjoy it. Stairs along the walk but not too challenging for reasonable fitness.

Liz on Jun, 2019

Nice walk, with a beautiful park and playground area, great for a picnic after your walk

Familywalker on 11 Aug, 2018

Karawatha Forest is another park that is in my area . The Rocks circuit is a great walk suitable for those with moderate fitness. All walks are well signed.

Woody on 27 Jul, 2017

Not too much to see but be on the look out for Koalas and other wildlife. This area is well signed. The boulder section would be a nice place for a picnic.

rob.bushman on 9 Apr, 2017

Nice spot for a picnic when entering from Acacia Road. The rocks walk offers a nice spot at the top near the water towers with a seat & cover.
As there are many trails through this area a map is a good idea.
https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/sites/default/files/20150220-karawatha-track-map.pdf

Cheryl on Nov, 2016

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