The Yungaburra Bicentennial Walking Track was created as part of an Australian Bicentennial Project in 1988. Landcare volunteers revisited the project in 2021 to renew interest in the local Aboriginal culture, early European settlement, and native flora and fauna.
A more detailed explaination of the walk is available at the Tablelands Regional Council Website (https://www.trc.qld.gov.au/explore/allumbah-heritage-walk/)
If you would like to download the Allumbah Heritage Walk map and details, click here (map), (brochure)
Start near the Catholic Church – top of Penda Street
Download this map
Signage at the commencement of the walk
Walk to Stewarts Gully, now part of Lake Tinaroo
The disused Railway Bridge is identified by Sign No 12.
The Railway cutting was the scene of a train crash,
now part of Yungaburra folklore.