Eumundi Conservation Park

Eumundi Conservation Park

Formerly known as Eumundi State Forest 351, Eumundi Conservation Park was declared in 2009 to protect bushland providing an important refuge and corridor for wildlife in an increasingly urbanised environment.

Walkers, cyclists, and horse riders can explore the park on shared trails that travel over hills and through gutters.

With multiple tracks ranging from 2.3km – 6.6km – there’s plenty to explore! The trails pass through open eucalypt forests, with grassy understory.  Along creeks and sheltered gullies, tall wet eucalypt forest and rainforest grows.  There is an old cattle station and dam that make the perfect spots to break for a snack and enjoy the serenity!

A perfect hidden oasis, this beautifully shaded trail is perfect to explore at any time of the year!

Access via Eumundi-Noosa Rd near the wrecker or via Verrierdale Forest Rd off Seib Rd.

Getting There:

There are three major access points into the park—Eumundi–Noosa Road gate entrance; Seib Road/Verrierdale Forest Road gate entrance and North Arm–Yandina Creek Road gate entrance.

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