Coominya to Esk - Part of BVRT

Brisbane Valley Rail Trail
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This walk is part of the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail, starts and finishes at the railway station. Coominya and Esk are small towns but have all services. Several large and impressive rail bridges along the track but not accessible, a lower river crossing. The walk passes through farm lands but mainly bush walking so plenty of gates to open and shut but not a walk to complete in Summer months. The trail is well marked so maps are not required. Coominya is accessible after a turnoff on the Brisbane Valley Highway. Public amenities and car parking at both ends of the walk but no public amenities on the track. No permits or costs for the walk.

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Part of my unsupported, end-to-end walk of the entire Brisbane Valley Rail Trail in April 2016.

Bunya Nutz on 24 Apr, 2016

A good long walk but should be done before the day gets too hot. A lot of bike riders for company. Mainly easy walking but sections around the rail bridges need extra care, there are several impressive bridges. Beware of the magpie season as they are nesting along the track

Jennifer on 13 Sep, 2015


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