Bunya Mountains National Park Walking Map (.PDF 337K)
Enjoy weaving in and out of diverse grasslands, eucalypt forest, rainforest and vine scrubs along the 35 km of walking tracks. Walks range from a 500 m stroll to a 10 km hike, many with impressive views.
Each track has been numbered and classified so that you are able to select a walk to match your walking experience and fitness. The classification system follows the Australian Walking Track Standards, and while each track is classified according to its most difficult section, other sections may be of an easier level.
Key to track standards
The classification system is based on Australian Standards. Please note that while each track is classified according to its most difficult section, other sections may be easier.
Class 3 track
- Gently sloping, well-defined track with few steps or steep inclines.
- Track may be uneven and partially overgrown.
- Some caution needed at unfenced cliff edges and naturally occurring lookouts.
- Reasonable level of fitness and ankle-supporting footwear required.
Class 4 track
- Distinct track. May be narrow, undulating and sometimes edged or overgrown with stinging nettles.
- Some steps and steep inclines.
- Exercise caution at unfenced cliff edges and naturally occurring lookouts.
- Moderate level of fitness and ankle-supporting footwear required.
- Allow 15–20 minutes to walk one kilometre.
- Where tracks end at the road, halve distance if only walking one way.
- The numbers in brackets before the track name are map references.
Excerpt from www.nprsr.qld.gov.au. More walking tracks are listed on this website