Queen Mary Track
  • Length: 4km

  • Duration: 2hrs

  • Grade: 3

  • Style: Return

  • Start: -22.85782743, 150.7911301

  • End: -22.85830197, 150.79216

  • Closest Town:

  • Location: Byfield National Park

  • Distance from state capital: --

  • State: QLD

  • Latitude: -22.85782743

  • Longitude: 150.7911301

Trail Access

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Bitumen Road

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Steep Road

Winding Road

Vehicle Ford

Speed Bumps

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Entry Fee

Ample Parking

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Camping Available

Drinking Water

Picnic Shelter

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Fire Pit

Trail Features

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Prams and Strollers

Bike Friendly

Overnight Campsites

River Crossings

Rock Scrambling

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Drinking Water

Fishing Spots

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Dog Friendly

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Queen Mary Track is a 4km, grade 3 Return hike located in Byfield National Park Queensland. The hike should take approximately 2hrs to complete.

Summary

Walk through this ‘moonscape’ to see the power of Mother Nature at work among the shifting sands. Located in the Byfield National Park, the Queen Mary Track offers spectacular coastal scenery, remote camping spots and an endless stretch of rolling sand dunes.

About the region

Byfield is a national park in the Shire of Livingstone, Queensland, Australia.

The park is 70 km north-east of Rockhampton. The parks encloses 12 km of coastline including four beaches.

To the north of the national park is Shoalwater Bay and Byfield State Forest is located to the west of Byfield National Park.

The park contains a number of four-wheel drive tracks and camping areas.

Water Park Creek within the park contains a population of Rhadinocentrus ornatus, a small freshwater fish species.


For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Queensland.com