Conondale National Park


With magnificent forests, deep gorges and spectacular views, this park offers walking tracks, scenic drives and grassy camp sites near rainforests and mountain streams. The popular Booloumba Creek camping areas are now part of Conondale National Park.

Popular Walks


Any interesting history for the region?


What are the standout bushwalking features?


About 130 km north of Brisbane, inland from the Sunshine Coast



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Contact details

Very Easy
500 m return
30 mins

Fig Tree Walk

Short walk along a boardwalk, lots of fig trees and wildlife. From the picnic/ parking place you have to cross the bridge to reach the trail head.

5.5 km return
2.75 hrs

Gold Mine

This 5.5km walk is a pleasant and easy walk, with slight inclines and easy walking. It runs alongside Booloumba Creek and winds its way up to the Gold Mine. The main track is through sub-tropical rainforest and wet sclerophyll forest.

10.4 km return
4 hrs

Mount Allan

A steady uphill walk through changing sub-tropical forests to an old forestry fire tower with 360 degree views over the area.

13.4 km return
4 hrs

Mt Borumba

An undulating hike along fire trails starting at the Borumba Dam wall, finishing at the summit of Mt Borumba.

3.5 km return
1 hr

Piccabeen Circuit

Located at Charlie Moreland campgrounds, Imbil State Forest. Nice walk through open eucalypt and piccabeen palm grove. Nice day use area to have a picnic / bbq. Part of the circuit is along side a small creek.

5.7 km return
105 mins

Strangler Cairn

The Strangler Cairn was made by world renounced artist Andy Goldsworthy. It is composed of granite blocks shaped together with a strangler fig planted in the top. Over time the roots of the fig should grow down over the cairn. The walk is consists of a short side track off the Conondale Great Walk which is between the Gold Mine track and the Artists Cascades. The main track is through sub-tropical rainforest and wet sclerophyll forest.

24.63 km return
7.75 hrs

Sunday Creek Fire Tower

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