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A level track with some rough surfaces and stairs at the end.

Leading to the base of the culturally significant White Rock this trail goes through a mix of vegetation types and sceneries from riparian to open eucalypt forest and rocky ridges. Climb the stairs to gain views to Spring Mountain and the surrounding area.

Access to the top of White Rock is not allowed. Please respect the original Ugarapul custodians of the land.

No Dogs Permitted
No Horses Permitted
Cycling Permitted

Getting there

Head down to end of School Rd, REDBANK PLAINS.  There is a short unsurfaced road that leads to the carpark.

Maps

https://www.ipswich.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/24410/White-Rock-Spring-Mountain-Conservation-Park-Guide.pdf 

Route/Trail notes

A moderate level track with some rough surfaces and steep inclines. Leading to the base of the culturally significant White Rock this trail goes through a mix of vegetation types and scenery from riparian to open eucalypt forest and rocky ridges. Climb the stairs to gain views to Spring Mountain and the surrounding area. Access to the top of White Rock is not allowed.

Other References

How can I find more info? Any guide books?

Comments

A good walk, all ability levels, great family activity

MonikaE on 27 Jan, 2018

November 2017

Robbyj on 15 Dec, 2017

Easy, could run it if we wanted to!

fookstar on 4 Nov, 2017

Very easy walking, but not a whole lot to see. I definitely have a preference for the ridge hike.

Tanya on 16 Aug, 2017

Enjoyed it, the rock is certainly something to see. Recommend combining with the ridge hike as per other comments.

luvwalking on 5 Aug, 2017

Didn't get lost this time!

TJ on 1 Aug, 2017

My first ever 'hike' and also first time at White Rock, I got lost trying to do the 'loop' after taking the stairs. Ended up going back the way I came. Very busy track.

TJ on 30 Jul, 2017

The walk itself is pleasant but not thrilling. The rock formation is definitely worth seeing though. Apparently some people climb it, although the indigenous caretakers request that you don't.

Rey Leon on Jul, 2017

Not a difficult walk, some may find this trail tedious, I didn't mind it and the end result is definitely worth it. The rock formation and the view is stunning. Tip: Bring insect repellent. If you're interested we made a short YouTube video covering the hike.

https://youtu.be/nEwwoLJFT7M

caus_91 on 14 Apr, 2017

Was a nice walk even if fairly tame for the most part. The climb upto and around the rock was worth it. Great for most level of walkers.

Justin Fatts on Apr, 2017

Easy walk. Beautiful rock formations at the top with lovely views from the ridge.

Eileen on Apr, 2017

Pleasant walk back from White Rock. Did in conjunction with the Ridge Hike

Samuel Armstrong on 18 Feb, 2017

Lots of kangaroos.. and a red bellied black snake which added to a good walk

_Susan_ on 13 Jan, 2017

The walk to the rock is a bit boring but when you get there there's only one thing on your rind, climbing the rock. We're not meant to, but let's face it, we all do. Great views from the top.

Marc Brownlie on 2 Jan, 2017

pleasant dY OUT

wendy on 3/??/2017

A very good trail run with the incline towards white rock quite challenging. Loop around the rock and you will meet back up with the trail where you turn off left to go up to the rock on the way there. I take the little white rock lookout trail on the way back before finishing off the run back at the car park. Just over 7km if you do it that way.

Grant on 2017

I avoid this track as it's rather boring and do the ridge hike every time instead.

Juiced Pixels on Nov, 2016

Nice views on the top. Short hike.

SabrinaBlaas on 31 Jul, 2016

Not difficult at all. pleasant for newbies

SunJunkie on 22 Jul, 2016

Did this on a cloudy day. It wasn't hard to climbed the rock, just a bit tricky and fear factor i think. Nice easy walk. The tracks are a bit difficult to follow which one is which.

Philos on 16 Jan, 2016

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