A great way to see the beauty and natural wonder of Eungella National Park and the many unique animals and plants that call it home is by walking track.
There are numerous walking tracks that vary in length and time along which you can discover amazing views, deep rainforest canopies, mountain streams and waterfalls.
1. Pine Grove 1.5km Circuit (approx. 1 hour)
Pine Grove walking track starts and ends close to the Cedar Grove Picnic Area, near the township of Eungella. You wander through the wonderful Eungella National Park rainforest and can experience great views at the Eagle View lookout.
2.Cedar Grove 3km One Way (approx. 1 hour)
The Cedar Grove walking track is an easy track which travels between the Cedar Grove Picnic Area and the Sky Window Picnic Area. Along the way you will see the magnificent Red Cedars which grow in the Eungella National Park rainforest.
3. Sky Window 300 metre Circuit
The Sky Window walking track is a short circuit which starts and ends at the Sky Window Picnic Area. The track is accessible for all and passes through fabulous rainforest scenery. You can also learn about the Aboriginal culture, with the interesting signs along the track. There are also two magnificent lookouts which look over Eungella National Park, the Pioneer Valley and the surrounding farmland to the East.
4/5. Palm Grove/Clarke Range track 8.2km (2.5hrs)
The Palm Grove walking track starts close to the Sky Window picnic area. There are fantastic views from the Palm Lookout and great scenery along the way as you pass the tall Piccabeen Palm grove and join the Clarke Range walking track which travels over the Clarke Range to the Broken River picnic area. You cross over the beautiful River and can experience fantastic views over Pioneer Valley from Surprise Lookout.
6.Rainforest Discovery Walk 1km Circuit (approx. 1/2 hour)
The Rainforest Discovery Walk starts and ends at the Broken River Picnic Area. You can learn about the rainforest as you stroll around the track, with informative signs along the way.
7. Granite Bend Circuit 2.1km Circuit (approx. 1 hour)
The Granite Bend Circuit starts and ends at the Broken River Picnic Area, with part of the walking track being the magnificent Rainforest Discovery Walk. The rainforest scenery is beautiful and is well worth the effort.
8. Crediton Creek Track 8.5km One Way (approx. 4.5 hours)
The Crediton Creek Walking Track is a more difficult hiking track which travels between the Broken River Picnic Area and Crediton Creek. The scenery is magnificent as you follow alongside Broken River. If you don’t want to walk you can also get to Crediton Creek by car, however it is a 6.5km unsealed road.
9. Wishing Pool Circuit 1.5km Return (approx. 1 hour)
The Wishing Pool Circuit starts and ends at Crediton Creek, passing attractive rainforest along the way. You will also pass a waterhole in the Broken River.