Charlie Moreland to Summer Falls

Conondale National Park
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Nice relatively easy straightforward hike from Charlie Moreland Campground over Mt Allan to Summer Falls and/or Summer Falls Walkers Camp.
For those who do not have a 4wd in getting to Bolumba , this makes a nice day hike , or you could even camp there for a night of peace and quite.

Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
4WD Required
No Dogs Permitted
Camping Permitted
Eucalypt Forest
Maximum Elevation

Getting there

Commence from Charlie Moreland Campground. Follow the Mt Allan Fire Trail and cross Mt Allan. When almost to the bottom you wil notice a small sign post. To get to Summer Falls head straight, To get to Bolumba Creek continue follow track down.


Department of Parks have a map of Charlie Moreland Campground and I strongly suggest to down load the Great Walk Topo map on your phone

Route/Trail notes

A fire trail the way up and a nice forest trail track all the way to Summer Falls. Failr easy



Other References

Conondale Great Walk

GPS Tracks

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Not easy

Barbara SEAWARD on 19 Jul, 2020

Great hike. The climb to Mt Allan is long and strenuous and very steep in places at the end but a very easy trail, the plantation pine forest is beautiful and I was caught in clouds of monarch butterflies in late May. The fire tower was closed due to structural instability but it's still a rewarding part of the hike. The bush track to Summer falls is lovely and serene and the falls themselves are impressive and fun to climb. I left at 8am and meandered the whole way, getting back at nightfall

Angus Small on 31 May, 2019

Nice Sunday stroll over Mt Allan to Summer Falls and back. Set off at 6am and did not see/hear a human for 4 hours , bliss !

J on 4 Jun, 2017


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