Lomandra Day Use Mountain Bike Area | Ferny Hills

About Lomandra Day Use Mountain Bike Area | Ferny Hills

Located in Ferny Hills, in the Hills district of Moreton Bay Region, Lomandra Day use area is most popular for the mountain bike trails, as well as the flora and fauna refuge protecting a critical habitat for local wildlife. The area also forms part of the Mangroves Corridor range, with a portion of the wider Samford Conservation Forest for day use.

What is Lomandra?

A Lomandra is a kind of herb. A genus of perennial herbs in the family Asparagaceae and the subfamily Lomandroideae. There are overall fifty-one different species and each is Australian native. However, two of them managed to extend the entire route to New Guinea and New Caledonia.

Discover the Mountain Bike Trails

If you want an active day out, then this is the right spot for you. There's a large amount of bike paths found in the Lomandra area. They range in lengths and difficulties, so no matter what intensity level you are looking for in your bike riding, there is one for everyone.

The Trails:

  • Pipeline (700m) - Pipeline is a relatively flat trail. Making it suitable for less experienced riders
  • Water Tank (400m) - Water tank is a relatively flat trail. Making it suitable for less experienced riders
  • Fitness Trail (750m) - Fitness trail is an undulating, traversing trail that requires moderate fitness levels to climb the ascents
  • Lorikeet (850m) - Lorikeet trail is very steep and requires a relatively high skill level
  • Bergin Creek (143m) - Bergin Creek trail is a very short link that starts and finishes on Bergin Creek Road
  • Bandicoot (2.46km) - Bandicoot trail contours along the edge of a hill, showcasing a natural rock garden
  • Kombi (2.7km) - Kombi trail provides a good length of sight through open forest country. Providing amazing views
  • West Link (240m) - West link trail provides a link from the Lomandra warm-up area to PMG road break
  • East Link (230m) - East link trail links the Lomandra warm-up area to Lomandra break and the shared trail network

Walk the trails

If riding a bike isn't really your thing, then you can explore the trails by foot. The Lomandra trails are shared by walkers, runners, cyclists, and even horse riders! If you want to bring your four-legged friend, dogs are welcome but must remain on a lead at all times. The walking trails are suitable for most ages and fitness levels, on the trails you can expect to experience some short but steep hills, dirt formed tracks, some obstacles on the tracks such as fallen branches or exposed tree roots and unstable surfaces. Previous bush walking experience is recommended.

History of the Lomandra

An old train line actually ran from Camp Mountain through Samford Conservation Park and into Ferny Grove from the years 1918 to 1947. It was closed, however, following a tragic accident that happened on Labor Day. The train derailed and unfortunately caused 16 people to die and left 38 others wounded. Today, you can ride the Samford Rail Trail or walk the Samford Cycle Path, starting from the Ferny Grove Railway Station.

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Samford Road, Ferny Hills, 4055, QLD, Australia

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Last Updated: 1pm 20 Aug 2020


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