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This rough bush trail, via the Southeast Ridge Track, leads up through open forest, vine forest and low heath to the summit of Mount Greville, which is part of the Moogerah Peaks National Park. In this undeveloped section of the park, tracks up the mountain are not marked but are quite easy to follow.
A few hundred metres from the start, the track forks with options to Palm Gorge, South East Ridge and Waterfall Gorge. Palm Gorge is the best route up the mountain however this route follows the Southeast Ridge Track. Just past the turnoff, you enter dry vine forest and walk up a rocky scree slope. Prickly shrubs, ferns, lianes, and palm trees grow in the rainforest that is delightfully cool in summer.
Continue for approximately two hours to get a good view from the summit. Return along the same route and enjoy great views over Lake Moogerah and the Fassifern Valley.
The Mount Greville track is located within Moogerah Peaks National Park, Mount Greville section. The volcanic peaks are significant refuges for rare and vulnerable wildlife. Close to Brisbane yet rugged and relatively undeveloped, they are popular with experienced bushwalkers and climbers. This small, rugged section of the park takes in the peak and slopes of Mount Greville (767 metres). Two gorges, known as Palm Gorge and Waterfall Gorge, cut into its south-eastern side. This section of the park is surrounded by private property; please keep to designated trails.
About the region
The ancient, volcanic peaks of mounts French, Greville, Moon and Edwards are recognised not only for their unique shapes and as favourite bushwalking destinations, they are also remnant habitats of key conservation value within South East Queensland. The peaks are mostly covered in open eucalypt forest with montane heath on the exposed rock faces and rainforest in some sheltered areas.
Max elevation: 742 m
Min elevation: 180 m
Total climbing: 575 m
Total descent: -575 m
For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Queensland.com