Caboolture Rail Trail

Moreton Island National Park

The walk follows the old Wamuran Rail line from Beerburrum Road, Caboolture to Nasho's Park, Wamuran. There are a couple of bridges to negotiate but the fences have openings to allow walkers. There are some roads to cross with caution. Lots of tree cover and plenty of scenery.

Picnic Facilities
Wheelchair Accessibility
Dogs Permitted
Horses Permitted
Cycling Permitted
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there

From Caboolture Train Station walk north on Beerburrum Road for 200m to Nursery Road and the start of the rail trail.


Route/Trail notes:

The route follows the Caboolture to Wamuran Rail Line easement. The surface is mostly gravel with some asphalt and rail ballast. The creek bridges are in poor state, so cross with caution. The fences are negotiable allowing bicycle riders access. The walk also passes under two road bridges - Williams Road and D'Aguilar Highway. There are also main roads to cross - King Street, Smiths Street, and Henzell Road. The grade is gradual ascent from Caboolture to Wamuran.



Other References/Comments:



This was my first training hike for the JLF Trek in May. I walked the trail one way from Caboolture to Wamuran in about 2 hours. The first half of he trail is through residential areas, passing 3 schools and is very much just a really good pathway. The remainder of the path closely follows the road to Wamuran. There is little shade on this walk.
The trail is uphill toward Wamuran but that is overstating it. As you would expect it is actually quite flat. It does pass behind a wood mill and there are a few interpretive signs but unfortunately there is not much else to see. It does however have good seating areas, water half way and 3 bike servicing stations. Something I have not seen before.

Steven Bennett on 9 Mar, 2021

This is not a particularly picturesque walk. First few kms are in residential Caboolture and you hen follow the highway to Wamuran but it is a nice distance if you want to get some kms under your belt and is flat the whole way.

Bobbe on 19 Sep, 2020

This was a nice easy walk although it was mostly in the open with only some patches of shade mostly on the Wamuran end. We wouldn't recommend it for summer. The first 3.5km was fairly residential. Never the less being able to get a bite to eat at Wamuran was a nice break before the walk back.

Ian and Sue on 9 Sep, 2017

Very interesting walk

GlasshouseBW on 25 Jun, 2017


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