D'Aguilar National Park

Summary

Situated in South East Queensland, west of Caboolture.

Popular Walks

Hard
21 km
2 days

Aquila Loop

Remote bush camping in the remote middle section of the park, alongside picturesque England Creek at the England Creek bush camp. There are several waterholes along England Creek Road, 10 minutes south of the campsite. Look out for native daisies along the road edge flowering spring to summer. Pink rock orchids and tongue orchids can be seen growing on rock cuttings on Joyners Ridge Road in spring.

This trail can also be done as a day hike (6-10 hours).

Easy
800 m
1 hr

Atrax Circuit

Take a short walk through a wet eucalypt forest. Look closely at the forest floor and notice the ferns, mosses and fungi that thrive in the moist environment. Glimpse inside the trunk of a brush box Lophostemon confertus, a former giant of this species-rich ecosystem.

Easy

Blue Gum Flat bush camp

As the name suggests, magnificent blue gums tower over this bush camp, a short walk from the scenic shores of Lake Manchester.

Easy

Cabbage Tree Creek bush camp

This open grassy bush camp is named after the nearby Cabbage Tree Creek, a tributary of Lake Manchester. It provides an excellent starting point to explore the creeks and peaks of this section of the park.

Very Easy
400 m
18 mins

Cypress Grove

A small isolated cypress grove.

Easy
3 km
1 hr

Dundas Road bush camp walk

Dundas Road bush camp.Remote bush camping in open eucalypt forest. Enjoy picturesque wet eucalypt forest on your walk to the campsite. This campsite is the most accessible remote campsite in the park and suits overnight campers with some walking experience and fitness.
This is a great place to base yourself to go exploring other areas.

Easy
1.5 km return
30 mins

Egernia Circuit

From the road at the base of Jollys Lookout, this track loops through open eucalypt forest and back to the road. Parking is available at the lookout and at the walking track entrance below it. Early morning walkers may be rewarded with a host of different birdcalls to listen to.

Easy
1.8 km
1 hr

Golden Boulder Track

Cross the road and continue to the track shelter showing some history of the area then onto a plaque and continue along the track to a caged mine shaft. A worthwhile walk

Medium
4.3 km return
2 hrs

Greenes Falls

The Greenes Falls walking track passes over rainforest pools and ends at a lookout above Greenes Falls. The Greenes Falls walking track is an extra 2.2 km (return) walk branching off the Rainforest circuit. Be prepared for an uphill walk on the return trip. Parking is available at Maiala car park.

Easy
3.6 km
3.5 hrs

Light Line bush camp walk

Remote bush camping in open eucalypt woodland surrounded by bloodwoods, grey gums and tallowwoods. The uncommon shrub, Goodenia ovata, shows off its yellow flowers in spring and autumn along the road edge on the walk in.