Scenic Circuit

Bunya Mountains
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This walk on the eastern side of Bunya Mountains is mainly through rainforest, and passes a side track to a water fall, plus another side track to a lookout over the valley. It then passes Tim Shea falls before returning to the start

Getting there

Start at the Dandabah Picnic area, Bunya Mountains

Maps

http://www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/bunya-mountains/pdf/bunya-mtns-map.pdf

Route/Trail notes

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Other References

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Comments

We completed this in anti-clockwise direction to avoid the worst of the inclines. My 4&6 year old ran ahead most of the way and made friends with other kids on the track.

We added an extra out & back leg to see the Barker Creek Lookout, which made our walk about 9km total. Great for my step-count, but the lookout was not quite the reward I was looking for - the other stops along the Scenic Circuit were more interesting, in my opinion.

Looking forward to returning and doing the Barker Creek Circuit next time - there's always more to see.

Steph T on 8 Jul, 2021

Took 1 hour to complete walk.
Very busy with people throughout the area, not a whole lot of wildlife.

KLEEWDO on 21 Feb, 2021

This walk packs in so many great views, different landscapes, crystal clear creeks... really fantastic scenery and wildlife.

SweetLorikeet on Sep, 2017

An easy walk. Would like to return to do some of the longer ones. A lovely area.

BalticAussie on 5 Jun, 2017

A easy walk that packs in a lot to see. Take the time to do the side tracks for Festoon Falls and Mcgrory Lookout as they are well worth the stop. The falls will be even better after some rain.

Steve F on 5 Nov, 2016

Another trip from Chinchilla, we love this place.

Aussie Weekend Warrior on 20 Mar, 2016

I escorted my wife and a couple of her friends who all had young children on this walk to help them get back on their feet after being pregnant.

Aussie Weekend Warrior on 22 Jan, 2016

Second time walking this track, this time in the morning.

Ian and Sue on 21 Oct, 2015

We walked this late afternoon, starting about 4 o'clock. It's a lovely walk even with failing light.

Ian and Sue on 20 Oct, 2015

Part of the Barker Creek Circuit

J on 18 Apr, 2014

Nice easy, with the kids. Nice lookout

Hugues Debeyser on 1 Oct, 2006

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