Toohey Forest Park track map

""The Toohey Forest Park track map offers different walks, lets you know the grade, who they are suited to, what habitat you will see and the best things to do.

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Popular walking tracks

Nathan Ridge Track: 3.5 kilometres - 1 hour to walk

This track leads from Toohey Ridge Track and connects to the Griffith University Ring Road. An all-weather track, it is also a gateway to other interesting tracks within the forest.

Grade: easy
Suited to: bushwalking, cycling
Habitat: open eucalypt forest
Must: look for birds

Toohey Ridge Track: 3 kilometres - 1 hour to walk

This track extends from Toohey Picnic Area to the South East Freeway. A small track to the right joins you to the main bikeway.

Grade: easy
Suited to: bushwalking, cycling
Habitat: open eucalypt forest
Must: picnic at the Toohey or Mayne Estate Picnic Areas

Sandstone Circuit 1 kilometre - 30 minutes

This track begins at the Toohey Picnic Area and meanders up the sandstone knoll. A side track leads to a lookout where you can see over Tarragindi and Salisbury. On a fine day Archerfield Airport can be seen.

Grade: easy, contains steps; not recommended for people with restricted walking
Suited to: bushwalking
Habitat: open eucalypt forest
Must: visit Sandstone Lookout

Toohey Mountain Track: 1.5 kilometres - 50 minutes

This track leaves from the Mayne Estate Picnic Area. It follows the ridge to the south to Pegg’s Lookout. From here you overlook Archerfield towards Ipswich, Flinders Peak and ranges beyond.

Grade: hard, steep, rough and not recommended for the elderly or unfit
Suited to: bushwalking
Habitat: open eucalypt with sandstone ridges
Must: visit Pegg’s Lookout

Summit Track 1.2 kilometres - 40 minutes - currently closed

The Summit Track at Mt Gravatt Outlook is currently closed due to track maintenance works until Friday 18 March.  Access to the Outlook is not possible via this track during this time.

This track begins at the base of Mt Gravatt Mountain at Gertrude Petty Place and leads to Mt Gravatt Outlook. You will see creepers, ferns, shrubs and large trees on this winding track up the mountain. Once you reach the summit a breathtaking view is your reward.

Grade: hard, gradual climb upwards
Suited to: bushwalking
Habitat: open woodland with rocky outcrops
Must: admire the spectacular views from Mt Gravatt Outlook

29 July 2016