Adjoining the Mooloolah River, the Mooloolah River National Park protects valuable remnants of coastal lowland habitat, rainforest, open eucalypt woodlands, melaleuca forests, wallum banksia woodlands, scribbly gum open forests, wallum heath and sedgelands.

No Dogs Permitted
No Horses Permitted
No Cycling Permitted
No Trail Bikes Permitted
Swamp or Wetland

Getting there;

Take the Kawana Way exit off the Sunshine Motorway. To your right, you will see a rough off-road track that follows the edge of the Park At 2km, opposite the roundabout and before you go over the bridge, there is a distinct entrance into the Park. 


Route/Trail notes:

This clearly defined trail cuts south and then travels west to meet with the Aemula Trail and back.



Other References/Comments:

You can extend your walk by doing a full circuit, by continuing west along the Aemula Trail turning right onto the Boronia, then down the Littoralis Trail to Kawana Way and back to your start.


Close to home (and Anaconda!), this is an area we had not previously visited. Originally described as 'wheelchair friendly', it was obviously not unless you had sand tyres: (I have changed it to 'Easy'). There are very few highlights, except for the occasional goanna, but a good trail for a bit of exercise. There was also a sign for the Robur Fire Trail at the start of the Boronia Trail, but not investigated, but presume that it follows the edge of the NP to the river?

F.A.B. on 17 Feb, 2017

This trail is connected to the Aemula and Boronia fire trail which can be accessed from the other end ( see pic /map attached ) . Easy to combine all of them making a for pleasant nice lone walk.

J on 27 Sep, 2014


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