Conondale NP and Imbil Forest Walking Camping

Conondale NP & Imbil Forest Walking Camping

Conondale NP & Imbil Forest Walking Camping Day Use : Bookings and permits are necessary for state and national parks:  Click here to Book OnlineDogs and domestic animals are not allowed in these areas.

The Gubbi Gubbi, Wakka Wakka, Jinbara and Kabi Kabi people once lived here self-sufficiently and traditionally for thousands of years.

Getting there and getting around

Most access roads to the Great Walk are unsealed.  Roads in the area may be closed after heavy rains.

The main entrance point for the Conondale Range Great Walk is located at the Booloumba Creek day-use area.

From Brisbane, follow the Bruce Highway north, and take the Landsborough exit. Go through Maleny, and follow the signs for Kenilworth. On the way to Kenilworth, you pass through the small town of Conondale. The turnoff to Booloumba Creek day-use and camping areas is about 13 km past Conondale and the turn-off to Sunday Creek Road is a further 0.5 km.

Alternative access is via the Eumundi–Kenilworth Road, off the Bruce Highway. Kenilworth is about 28 km from the highway. The turnoff to Sunday Creek Road is about 7 km past Kenilworth and the turn-off to Booloumba Creek day-use and camping areas is a further 0.5 km.

Booloumba Creek Road and Sunday Creek Road are gravel roads. Booloumba Creek Road includes several creek crossings and is only accessible by high clearance four-wheel-drive vehicles. All other roads are suitable for conventional vehicle access but caution is required during wet weather.

Wheelchair accessibility

Wheelchair-accessible toilets are provided at Booloumba Creek camping areas 1 and 3. Some assistance may be required to negotiate grassed and gravelled areas.

For more information check out National Parks website

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