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Is the Condamine track open?

Is the Condamine track open?

Condamine River Road was reopened on 27 January 2021. The road has been inspected and the crossings cleared of any debris. This area is a natural treasure and the public road is a delicate part of the Cambanoora Gorge ecosystem, so please treat the area with respect.

How long is the Condamine track?

Track. The Condamine River Track is 20km long and crosses the Condamine River 14 times. It’s the perfect track for four-wheel drive beginners who are looking to enhance their water crossing skills.

Where does the Condamine track start?

To start the trip from Boonah, start across the Police Station, head out from Boonah along Rathdowney Road and turn right when you Carney’s Creek Road. Drive for approximately 12 kilometres to cross Teviot Brook floodway. After passing through it, turn right onto The Head. From here, the low road is Condamine Gorge.

Where can I go 4WD in Brisbane?

The top five 4WD tracks near Brisbane:

  • North Stradbroke Island.
  • Mount Mee D’Aguilar National Park.
  • Moreton Island.
  • Condamine River Track.
  • LandCruiser Mountain Park.

Is the Condamine River Road closed?

Only local residential traffic is permitted to access Condamine River Road. Access to Killarney via Boonah is still available through Spring Creek Road. Information about current road closures in the Southern Downs region is available from Council’s website.

Is Condamine River Road sealed?

The Condamine River Road is closed.

Can you swim at Queen Mary Falls?

Although you can’t swim at Queen Mary Falls, nearby Browns Falls is a quick 600m trek through the bush to a beautiful swimming area. Please note, there is no distinct walking trail here and there is rock scrambling involved, but the swim at the end definitely makes it #worthit.

Can you swim in the Condamine River?

Condamine River, Southern Downs The pontoon at Federation Park is the perfect launching pad for a day of swimming and sunbaking and is popular with locals in summer.

Where can I do 4WD in Qld?

Bribie Island, Fraser Island, Rainbow Beach, Cooloola, Double Island Point and the Noosa North are all top spots for 4WD adventures. The Sunshine Coast hinterland is also ideal with plenty of great 4×4 tracks to explore at the national parks around Conondale, Kenilworth, Imbil and Gympie.

What beaches can you drive on in Qld?

Cooloola Coast. Just north of the café-steeped cultural climes of Noosa is an untouched coastal paradise that’s made for four-wheel driving: the Cooloola Coast.

  • Bribie Island.
  • Moreton Island.
  • North Stradbroke Island.
  • 75 Mile Beach.
  • Is there a border checkpoint at wallangarra?

    Queensland residents who are likely to cross the border regularly, can also obtain a border pass….Police check points.

    Wallangarra New England Highway Wallangarra
    Texas Texas Rd Texas
    Stanthorpe Amosfield Rd Stanthorpe
    Talwood Boomi Crossing Talwood

    Where is the Condamine River 4WD track in Queensland?

    The Condamine River 4WD track is located in the Scenic Rim region of South East Queensland. It is about a two hour drive from Brisbane or the Gold Coast. You can drive the track from north to south or south to north. Or as it is not an overly long track, you can do both like we did!

    Is the Condamine Gorge off road or off road?

    The mild off-road trails through the Condamine Gorge lead to some magnificently scenic locations. O FTEN I hear of great places that others explore and think, ‘one day I should do that’. So, with a little time up my sleeve, I headed to the outer skirts of the scenic rim in South East Queensland to traverse the Condamine Gorge area.

    Is the Condamine River track impassable during wetter seasons?

    During typical weather, the crossings of the Condamine River are very shallow. But, during wetter seasons, the river will flood rapidly, making it practically impassable. Also, it is advisable to check conditions with the Warwick Visitor Information Centre before heading to the track.

    Where did the Mrs run the Condamine Gorge?

    Following the Dirty Weekends in South East QLD book for the Condamine Gorge. We ran the course backwards, confused the crap out of the mrs as she was the navigator, hence the extra run into new south wales near Killarney, and the dog leg whilst on the loop inside NSW. The […]