Any interesting history for the region?
What are the standout bushwalking features?
How do you get there? Include all access points if there are many?
Which maps cover the region?
Where can I stay there? or near there?
Contact details for National Park offices or similar...
This walk is part of the Conondale Great Walk and follows Booloomba Creek. You walk through subtropical rainforest and wet sclerophyll forest. There is abundant birdlife along the path as well as goannas and skinks. The cascades is a great place to have a swim after the long walk to get there. You can also take a couple of side tracks along the way to the Strangler Cairn and the gold mine.
Walk from Beerburrum to the Returned Servicemans memorial Track to Trachyte Circuit to Tibrogargan Circuit to Steve Irwin Way
This 2 dayer is part of the Conondale 4 day hike. Its a great weekender hike. Starting from the Booloumba Creek day use area You take the first leg of the 4 Day hike up past the Artist Cascades then onto Booloumba Falls and then the Wongai walkers camp. Maps state that its 11km, but the GPS marked it out at 12.1km. Next day is just a case of returning back the way you came. And best of all its most down hill for the return trip.
A small area of bushland in suburbia, near the hospital - very popular in summer for the lovely swimming hole at the bottom of the waterfall which is part of Tuckers Creek. Picnic tables and BBQs available. The trail is a short loop with the watrrhole at the bottom. Take care of children at the top of the falls - the area is not cordoned off.
This track ALMOST makes it around the entire Coonowrin Circut, infact it is only a matter of 385mts that is blocked off by a gate and heaps of Private Property signs.
This is a great family walk. The first part follows the edge of the lake, while the remainder moves out into the surrounding woodland, where you will see a mixture of Rough, Scribbly and Paperbark trees. There is plenty of bird life both on the dam and in the woodland. The path is generally shady and can be muddy after rain, with parts of it shared with bikes and horse riders.
The first part of this walk follows the edge of the lake while the second half moves away from the water's edge. You will see a mixture of Rough, Scribbly and Paperbark trees. There are also lots of birds. The path is generally shady and can be muddy after rain. Parts of it are also used by bike and horse riders. There are quite a few side tracks, though some of these get quite muddy as they get close to the water.
Short stroll along a section of the Obi Obi Creek to a couple of small waterfalls and a swimming hole.