Sunday Creek Fire Tower

Conondale National Park

A lovely walk through pristine forest and patches of rainforest passing over old bridges.

Bird Watching
4WD Required
No Dogs Permitted
Eucalypt Forest

Getting there

From Kilcoy drive towards Jimna, and just before Jima turn right onto Sunday Creek Road. Folow Sunday Creek Road for about 5km to Buffalo Road.


Mount Langley 1:25000 and Rodgers Gully 1:25000

Route/Trail notes

The walk follows Buffalo Road to its junction with Middle Road. Turn right and then about 300m take a disused road to the left and follow it uphill to the site of the Sunday Creek Fire Tower. The remnants of the fire tower are strewn around the ground with the concrete fixtures still in place. Return to Middle Road and then continue on to the left. Follow MIddle Road t the Plank Bridge Road turnoff. Turn right and head downhill to the crossing on Six Mile Creek and the remnants of the Plank Bridge. Return to Middle Road and follow Middle Road to its junction with Bellthorpe Road. Turn right and walk for about 500m to a flat area on the right. A bora ring is in this area (to be found!). Return towards Middle but continue on Bellthorpe Road for about 4 km and then take the track straight ahead and Bellthorpe Road veers to the right. Follow this track to the crest of a hill and the Constace Fire Managment Trail. Follow the Constance Fire Management Trail as t gradually peters out but the benching of the road can be followed, over two creek with the ridges removed and continue to the junction with Cockalorum Creek Road. Turn right and then take the next track to the left. This track takes you back t Middle Road, where a left turn is taken to get back to Buffalo Road, which is then followed back to the cars.


No permits needed for walk.

Other References

How can I find more info? Any guide books?


Nice morning for it , but the old bridge is gone nowadays

J on 12 Aug, 2017

Great walk in a variety of ecosystems.

GlasshouseBW on 2 Oct, 2016


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