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Bunya Bunya Track
10 Minutes / 0.5 Kilometres



Description

The Bunya Bunya track is a short but pleasant rainforest walk beneath ancient bunya pines in Bunya Mountains National Park. The walk starts and ends at the Dandabah picnic area and is suitable for visitors of all ages. Interpretive signs, rainforest birds and towering rainforest trees are a feature of this walk which links with the very popular Scenic Circuit.

The cool mountain rainforest is an inviting place to walk
The cool mountain rainforest is an inviting place to walkGiant bunya pine in rainforest, Bunya Mountains National Park
Giant bunya pine in rainforest, Bunya Mountains National ParkATDW_Landscape__SQEP_BunyacanopyMOC_QPWS.jpg
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Journey Details

Duration10 MinutesItinerary TypeLand
Distance0.5 KilometresItinerary RouteReturn
Mode of TravelWalk
Level of DifficultyLevel of difficulty - Recommended for people with some bushwalking experience

Activities

  • Barbecue
    Barbecue
  • Walking
    Walking
  • Self-Guided
    Self-Guided


Bunya Bunya Track Full Itinerary

Bunya Bunya Track

The Bunya Bunya Track is managed by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. Please visit the web site for the latest park information including opening hours and safety messages or call.


Route Details

Duration: 10 Mins
Distance: 500 Metres
Mode of Travel: Walk
Route Type: Return

Experiences
  • Flora/Fauna
    Flora/Fauna
  • Nature based
    Nature based
  • Rainforest
    Rainforest
  • Wildlife
    Wildlife


Level of Difficulty
Level of difficulty - 3
Other Information
Children: Children are welcome. Please supervise children closely especially near watercourses and steep slopes. Avoid contact with the leaves of stinging trees and stinging nettles and always check yourself and your children for ticks.



Other Information

Children:
Yes. Children are welcome. Please supervise children closely especially near watercourses and steep slopes. Avoid contact with the leaves of stinging trees and stinging nettles and always check yourself and your children for ticks.


Visit our Driving Safety and Advice page for more information or the RACQ website for the latest road conditions.

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