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D’Aguilar National Park

Getting there and getting around

D’Aguilar National Park lies on the doorstep of Brisbane, Queensland’s capital city. The park is divided into two distinct sections—South D’Aguilar section and Mount Mee section (formerly Mount Mee State Forest and Forest Reserve).

D’Aguilar National Park locality map (PDF, 719KB)

View Google map(external link)

South D’Aguilar section

South D’Aguilar section is easily accessible from Brisbane. The park’s picnic areas, walking tracks and lookouts are between 15min and 95min drive from the city centre. Access is via Mount Nebo Road from The Gap (tourist route number 8), or via Samford along Samford and Mount Glorious roads (tourist route number 9).

Visit Walkabout Creek Discovery Centre before you embark on your journey. Walkabout Creek Discovery Centre is located at 60 Mount Nebo Road in The Gap, 12km from the city centre.

For information on bus services, contact TransLink on 13 12 30 or visit the TransLink(external link) website.

Mount Mee section

Mount Mee section encompasses the northern section of the park that extends west to nearby Lake Somerset. This section of the park is about a 90min drive north-west of Brisbane. From the south, travel through Samford and Dayboro then follow Mount Mee Road (tourist route number 29) and Sellin Road to the park. A four-wheel-drive vehicle is recommended to access the park beyond The Gantry day-use area.

From the north, turn left off the D’Aguilar Highway at Neurum Road (just north of Woodford and east of Kilcoy) and follow it as far as Stanton Road. Turn left onto Stanton Road, then take the first right to stay on Stanton Road before turning right onto Rasmussen Road. Continue on Rasmussen Road for about 5km to the northern entrance of the park.

Wheelchair accessibility

Wheelchair-accessible facilities are provided at Walkabout Creek Discovery Centre, parts of Bellbird Grove, Jollys lookout, Maiala, Westridge outlook, White Cedar and The Gantry day-use areas. The Piccabeen walk in Mount Mee section is suitable for wheelchairs with assistance. Refer to the D’Aguilar National Park locality map (PDF, 719KB) for these locations.

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