Cedar Grove Track
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Eungella National Park's foothills endure tropical sun, but its mountain tops rise to a cool and often cloudy world where rainforest thrives. Here you can enjoy a short walk in the shade of giant trees and dense palms.
The Cedar Grove Track is part of the Mackay Highlands Great Walk. Continue from the Pine Grove Circuit to feel dwarfed by towering red cedars and tulip oaks. Take a moment to stand inside the strangler fig tree arch - a great photo opportunity. After crossing bridges over gentle creeks and brushing past livistona palm fronds, stay a while and relax at Sky Window picnic area.
About the Walk
Pine Grove, Eungella township
- Gentle creeks
- Strangler fig trees
- Towering cedars and tulip oaks
Moderate level of fitness required for short uphill sections and stairs.
Best Time To Go
Walk between April and September to avoid wet and dry weather extremes.
The toilets and picnic tables at Sky Window are wheelchair-accessible
How To Get There:
From Proserpine, turn off the Bruce Highway 91 kilometres south of Proserpine and drive nine kilometres to Marian. Continue 62 kilometres to the park.
From Mackay, drive 80 kilometres west along the Mackay-Eungella Road to Eungella township.
The Pine Grove Circuit starts at the Pine Grove parking area, in Eungella township. The Cedar Grove Track branches off the Pine Grove Circuit, and finishes at Sky Window.
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Eungella National Park
Queensland 4757 Australia
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