Looking for a great trail in Main Range National Park, Queensland? AllTrails has 10 great hiking trails, walking trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 6 moderate trails in Main Range National Park ranging from 4.1 to 10 miles and from 2,070 to 3,825 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
12 days ago

Rewarding and underrated hike. We brought some snacks and enjoyed the views from the top. The trail head for this hike is across the road from the car park so will need to cross the road.

Nice hike if you’re in the area. Track was closed today (31/08/19) due to fire danger but we did it anyway. Good winter hike as the track is fairly exposed.

hiking
20 days ago

Easy going trail, passing through several different forest types. We saw plenty of bird life and a wallaby. The views from the top were amazing.

hiking
1 month ago

A hard slog. Leave early. Be prepared.

Gorgeous walk, quite steep at certain points so bring plenty of water and arrive early so there’s time to spare if you get lost. Follow the old rabbit proof fence posts and mesh if lost. There are no views besides a few at the saddle of Superbus. The top is a bit of a scramble but there’s a humanly arranged pile of rocks which marks the top.

hiking
1 month ago

awesome from beginning to end love the view

A well-signed and medium to heavily walked trail that will feel pretty familiar if you're active across the SEQ region. What is spoiled by the constant sound of trucks air braking down the nearby highway, is gained by the unique perspective of the historic significance of the "gap" itself. The views down into the lowlands are worth the quick round trip, this isn't a difficult one and it's worth appreciating despite the lure of greater hikes nearby. If that undersells it a little, keep in mind this is still the beautiful ranges, with some unique bush aspects to view on the way up and down (I personally love the grass trees).

Ran the rainforest circuit to Mount Cordeaux Summit

Pretty sketchy coming down the ridge trail but still fun.

Nice walk with good views. Could not find the track beyond the Bare Rock.

hiking
1 month ago

Good condition graded track to summit . Completed with 6 and 12 year old . Watch small kids near cliffs .

Beautiful. Quite cool. Definitely need to layer.

Really nice easy going walk, beautiful views.

hiking
2 months ago

what a great hike, I would do it again. To my disappointment though I found rubbish along this trial, so please take your rubbish with you and let everyone else enjoy this beautiful place!

We hiked up to Mt Superbus Shoulder, then over Mt Roberts to camp at Lizard South Remote Bushcamp. Love the sunset & sunrise views to be had at Lizard Point. Also scouted part of the trail from Lizard Point to The Steamers Lookout. Returned to Teviot Gap down Mt Roberts ridge (tape trail marked by cairn of rocks along the trail on the south side of Mt Roberts, part of the way up from the Superbus-Roberts Saddle). A fabulous two days in remote, very steep, rugged wilderness. Tough with overnight pack with all the associated gear; including food & water for two days, but well worth the effort - for experienced hikers only.

the driving directions to starting point of trail are wrong, if you come from that direction, the gate across road at Causurina Camping Ground is Locked. From gate it is still another 20 kilometres to starting point. You are better to come from Maryvale, Gumburra side,through Aratula.

The road in is 2 wd car doable, defined trail, good signage, at creeks some stone stepping, go clockwise, if you go anticlockwise the trail is very steep going up There are some steep hills so a reasonable fitness level is required. Beautiful walk along the creek, quite shady, but take at least 2 litres of water. a beautiful walk

I have not hike this for a long time but the Directions to the start of this walk are not correct. The walk starts up the road from Goomburra. The link above directs to Glen Rock which not correct.

hiking
3 months ago

Amazing place, great rainforest hike. Waterfall is awesome!

Awesome walk, easy going

well worth the falls

amazing views. went anti clockwise, steep ascent, slippery but doable.

The track is well marked, a gentle elevation up to the top. It is long but not hard. It took us 4.5hrs including 20min break n lunch. Allowing time here n there for photos. It would be perfect for a summer hike as it's mostly shaded. I enjoyed the flora n fauna along the way. The birds are chirping away, wild flowers here n there. Orchids will bloom apparently in the spring time, will definitely come back for that. Coming down was a breeze. Easy gentle run down is great.

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rocky
4 months ago

We did Mt Superbus summit. Was a great adventure, challenging and well worth the hike.

I’d recommend all fitness levels for this trail, you can go at any pace up this trail and it’s not too demanding. I woke up for sunrise and tackled this one in the morning

Awesome trek! Would definitely do it again

First decent hike I ever did, theres an offroad track from the west that leads up to a parking area. Take the trail north east which leads to Mathieson, continue the loop around to Spicers Gap (Governors Chair) plenty of birds & wildlife to spot, some history plaques along the way, I found that interesting.

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