Bunya Crossing Reserve

South East Queensland

There are several easy short dog-friendly walks in the area (about 2kms in total). There is a lovely shaded picnic area and a swimming hole with rope swing. It is not so much a picturesque walk but a good place to take the family for a relaxing picnic and to take your dog for a stroll and swim.

Swimming
Picnic Facilities
Toilets
Dogs Permitted
Swamp or Wetland

Getting there:

Bunya Crossing reserve is approximately 15 kilometres north of Brisbane near Albany Creek.  Parking is off Dugandan Road or Banks Crescent, Albany Creek.

Maps:

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Bunya+Crossing+Reserve/@-27.3538348,152.9460145,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x6b93fd8c6bef6697:0xaf6b196bb6987f47!8m2!3d-27.3538348!4d152.9482032

Route/Trail notes:

In one direction there is a wide dirt track and in the other a boardwalk along the South Pine River

Permits/Costs:

None.

GPS Tracks

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Comments

This was our third time here. Usually only sparsely populated with dog walkers. Today (Australia Day) there were tons of families and each tree with a rope swing had a queue of kids keen for a turn. Although it seems that most dog owners come so their dog can swim, we were warned that it's a fine on the spot to have your dog off lead.

Elaine P. on 26 Jan, 2022

I did this walk with my dog starting from Sargent Reserve in Eatons Hill, over Sth Pine River at Bunya Crossing, past the picnic area to the end at Cressbrook Drive, then back the same way. Very easy walking, a nice alternative to concrete footpaths around the suburbs, but I'm not sure I'd call it a "bushwalk".

Jim Craigen on 14 Apr, 2021

Great walk but very poorly signed. We took a few wrong turns. Luckily we have an active dog who didn't mind the extra kms.

Kelly S on 9 Aug, 2020

Nice walk with the dog, poorly signed

Kirst on 13 Jun, 2020

A relaxing place for a picnic and good for families with their dogs.

Shazlex on 12 Jan, 2020

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