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Lophostemon Walk

Moreton Bay

D'Aguilar National Park (Mount Mee)


Distance (kms):

0.6 kms

Time (hrs):

Allow 30 mins

Elevation gain (m):

10 m

Max. elevation (m):

267 m

Difficulty (Grade):

Easy (Grade 3)

Route type:





4WD Required

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A short walk along Neurum Creek through open eucalypt forest and subtropical rainforest that is perfect for families. 

This lightly trafficked, well-marked trail starts at the rear of the Neurum Creek camping area, located along the Mount Mee Forest Drive in the Mount Mee section of D’Aguilar National Park.

The easy walk is perfect for families with young children. Stroll along Neurum Creek through open eucalypt forest and lush rainforest. 

The walk crosses Neurum Creek before doing a loop through the forest, which includes a footbridge and some small sets of stairs.

There are a few shallow pools near the start of the walk that are perfect for a dip in the warmer months.

During the walk you will come to an unsigned junction. This is the loop point and it is advised to take the left and do the loop in an anticlockwise direction.

Track: Graded and relatively well-signed, the track is easy to follow.

Difficulty: The track is suitable for all fitness levels. 

Direction: The loop portion of the track can be completed in any direction, however it is recommended to complete the walk anticlockwise. 

getting there

The trail starts from the rear of the Neurum Creek camping area, located along the Mount Mee Forest Drive in Mount Mee, 2 hours drive northwest of Brisbane. 

Limited parking is available within the camping area, however be sure not to park in any of the designated camp sites. 

A high-clearance 4WD is required to get to the walk.

best time to go

The walk can be completed year-round.

If completing after recent rain, be sure to check the Queensland Parks website for updates regarding flooding and track closures.

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Remember, whenever venturing into the outdoors, practice the Leave No Trace principles and be considerate of others. This means: dispose of your waste properly, don't remove things or move things from their natural position and respect all wildlife. Also be sure to plan ahead and adequately prepare for any adventure. 

I respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which all activities listed on this website are found, as well as Elders past, present and emerging. I strive to not promote sites where requests have been made for people not to explore due to the cultural significance of the site to Indigenous peoples, or note how to respectfully visit a site. If I have a promoted a site with cultural significance, please send me a message and let me know.   

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