The Yuddamun Trail contains some steep inclines and rough surfaces. It crosses the northern section of the estate giving spectacular glimpses of Ipswich, Brisbane City and towards Moreton Bay. If you are planning to go for a leisurely mountain bike ride or hike, then access this trail from the Paperbark Flats Picnic Area car park. Horse riders can access the trail from the recently constructed facilities as you immediately enter the estate. A horse float parking area, hitching rails, water trough and picnic table will support all your riding needs.
Please note that water for horses is only available within the Horse Float Parking Area. Prior to your ride please ensure you read and follow Council’s Trails Guidelines

Picnic Facilities
Horses Permitted
Cycling Permitted

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Did this hike it wasn't what I thought it would be but continued because needed the training for a longer hike. Not much to see.

HelenR on 11 Apr, 2018

Poorly signed, no shade. Not pretty. "19km" turned into 30km. It said there would be view on council website. There was nothing. I love hiking but this is the worst I've ever done.

Oroton on 29 Nov, 2016

Not sure exactly where this trail ends (as near the end it splits into multiple routes and directions) but I believe I've walked close to all of it, if not all of it.

Walked 11 kilometres each way from the main access car park for White Rock to the utility road between Balm Avenue and Honeyeater Drive. Saw many cyclists and even more horse riders. The way is physically easy and almost exclusively on broad 4WD/fire trails. Some segments in the middle are not signed so take care with noting your route. Personally I found the trail quite dull and tedious and though I have been in the area several times since I have not had an interest in walking it again.

MDWL on 27 May, 2014

Good Pack training. Could not find turn around point after the 9.5km

Mott2811357 on 18 Apr, 2014

This track was described as challenging with steep inclines and rough surfaces. It was really an easy walk, mainly along fire trails, a lot of which were following power lines. While good for bikes and horses, this track was a bit of a boring hike. Much better was the walk to White Rock in the same area.

Julia on 21 Jul, 2013


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