Conondale Great Walk Southern Cct

Conondale National Park

The walk traverses the Bundaroo and Booloumba Creeks Catchments, mostly following the Connondale Great Walk but utilises cross tracks to truncate the walk.. The lowest point on the walk is the Bundaroo Creek Crossing

4WD Required
No Dogs Permitted
Camping Permitted
Eucalypt Forest

Getting there

From Jimna drive 3km towards Kilcoy and tur left onto Sunday Creek Road. Drive on Sunday Creek Road for 11km, passing Sunday Creek OEEC to the intersection with Peters Fire Management Trail. Park cars in this vicinity.


Conondale Great Walk map available from

Route/Trail notes

Starting from the gate on Peters Fire Management Trail just of Sunday Creek Road, where a sign says Jimna 14km, follow Peters Fire Management Trail for 2.5km to the Conondale Great Walk sign and turn left. Walk 3.7 km to Tallowwood Walkers Camp, passing the intersection with F Traverse Road 300 metres before the campsite. Return to F Traverse Road and follow it to the Booloumba Road. Turn right snd follow Bolloumba Road down to Bundaroo Creek bridge and then ascend to the next road on the right, South Goods Road. Follow South Goods Road to Tragedy Fire Management Trail and Conondale Great Walk joining on the left. Continue on Tragedy Fire Management Trail and then turn right onto the Conondale Great Walk and follow to the crest of the Conondale Range in the vicinity of Mount Gerald. The Conondale Great Walk then joins the Peters Fire Management Trail and passes around Mounts Ramsden and Mt Langley. An old quarry on the crest in the vicinity of Mt Ramsden was in use in the 1990's. Check out how much has reverted to scrub! Continue on back to the intersection with Sunday Creek Road.


No permits needed for this walk

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Fantastic walk, truly beautiful forest. Enormous lush eucalypts tower overhead, definitely worth seeing.
The terrain is great for a brisk walk, myself and a friend did the 29km in 5.5hrs with one food break. Keen to do the full circuit with overnight stays.

Muzbags on 25 Jul, 2017

Great walk apart from the leeches!! Plenty of fallen trees across the track.

GlasshouseBW on 26 Jul, 2015


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