Koala Track is a 1.6km, grade 2 One Way hike located in Neville Lawrie Reserve Queensland. The hike should take approximately 30 mins to complete.
This trail is mainly used by mountain bikers and horse riders but open to walkers. While on the trail, one will go through different type of vegetated communities with some wet area of melaleuca and dry areas of eucalypt forest on the higher grounds. This trail is not directly accessible from the car park but through other trails (Buhot Creek and Plunkett Mallee).
About the region
Also known as Neville Lawrie Reserve Quarry, the entry is situated just to the right of the entry of Daisy Hill Forest. Park your car, make sure to bring a water bottle and start the 2.8km walk along the Buhot Curcuit, staying on the park rangers loose rock 4wd track. Please note this is also a mountain bike track so it is very easily accessible for serious bike riders. After 2.5km you will reach a gate which will state that the quarry is approx. 300m ahead on your left. Once you make the turn left, all the beautiful native Australian trees open up into this panoramic green and blue quarry.
For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Queensland.com