Mount Allan Trail is a 11km, grade 4 Return hike located in Imbil State Forest Queensland. The hike should take approximately 3.5hrs to complete.
Magnificent forests, deep gorges, quiet campsites and cool mountain streams – you’ll find all of these things inside Conondale National Park. To explore the park by foot, head to the popular Booloumba Creek day-use area and set off on the Mount Allan Trail which stretches 11 kilometres through bushland. This trail is considered a difficult grade and will take about 3.5 hours to complete.
About the region
Nestled in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, Imbil is a perfect spot for a family getaway. Here you can escape the city for a day, a night or even a week. Walk, hike, swim, mountain bike, horse ride or just relax beside a rainforest creek.
Enjoy a picnic under a shady tree or cook up a feast on the barbecue, along the banks of Little Yabba Creek. After lunch relax with a dip in the creek or spend some time exploring the park on Little Yabba or Piccabeen circuits. Along these walks you will discover Imbils diverse landscape including lush rainforest, open eucalypt forest and hoop and exotic pine plantations that are home to more than 120 species of birds.
Up for a challenge? Then you can take a hike up Mount Allan and be rewarded with spectacular 360 degree views of the Mary Valley and surrounding ranges. Horses and mountain bikes are also welcome on this shared trail.
At night, relax beside a camp fire under a starry sky before falling asleep to the sounds of the Australian bush in the Charlie Moreland camping area.
For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Queensland.com