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Southern Boundary trail

Wallingat National Park

Overview

Southern Boundary trail offers a moderately-challenging mountain biking route through Wallingat National Park’s lush forests, beginning and ending at a picnic area.

Where
Wallingat National Park
Distance
6.5km loop
Time suggested
1hr
Grade
Medium
Price
Free
What to
bring
Hat, sunscreen, drinking water

It doesn’t matter how experienced you are on a mountain bike – Wallingat National Park has something to suit every level. A great place to start for people with moderate experience can be found at Southern Boundary trail.

This relatively flat track starts at Gur-um-bee picnic area, following Sugar Creek Road onto Southern Boundary trail before turning onto Thomas Road back to Gur-um-bee. It winds through tall eucalyptus forest and cabbage tree palms that are popular with native birds, so be sure to pack a camera.

The picnic spot features a shelter shed with information about the park, as well as basic picnic facilities, where you can enjoy lunch after exploring the forest. Adventurous cyclists can try the steep terrain around No Return trail, Reedy Creek trail, or Whoota Lookout Road. Visitors looking for a good multi-use trail can try Double Wharf trail.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

 

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A family walk a boardwalk section of Bouddi coastal walk, Bouddi National Park. Photo: John Spencer/OEH.
Southern Boundary trail, Wallingat National Park. Photo: John Spencer