Water restrictions from 18 Sep 2018 - Water restrictions apply to all Council water supply schemes:

Medium level (200 litres/person/day) - Brookstead, Cambooya, Cecil Plains, Clifton, Greenmount, Hodgson Vale (includes Top Camp), Pittsworth, Southbrook, Vale View & Yarraman schemes.

Continuation of permanent conservation measures (200 litres/person/day) - Toowoomba Bulk Water Supply Scheme (Oakey, Jondaryan, Haden, Crows Nest, Highfields, Kingsthorpe, Gowrie Junction, Meringandan, Toowoomba City, Westbrook and Goombungee)

Mount Lofty - Jubilee Park

Thursday, 23 Aug 2018 11:47

Address: Bridge Street, Mount Lofty QLD

Spread across 313ha of bushland, Jubilee Park is one of Toowoomba's largest parks and is very popular with bush walkers, runners and mountain bikers. Situated below the escarpment between Prince Henry Heights and Mackenzie Street, the area contains the first downhill legal mountain bike track in Queensland and a cross country loop for mountain biking at the base of the park. It's also part of the National Bridle Trail network providing horse riding opportunities on some trails. Offering spectacular views down the Great Dividing Range, this park is attractive to many users. 

Please leave your pets at home when visiting the park.

The Toowoomba Mountain Bike Club (TMBC) maintains and develops mountain bike tracks throughout this park. More information about these trails can be located on the TMBC website. 

How to get there: Jubilee Park sits as part of Mount Lofty and has six access points:

  • Amos Road - bottom car park
  • Harvey Street - parking
  • Bridge Street - parking
  • Jellicoe Street
  • Warana Avenue
  • Woolridge Street

Facilities: There are limited facilities within Jubilee Park at the following entrances:

  • Amos Road Trailhead - parking
  • Harvey Street Trailhead - parking, gazebo and drinking water
  • Bridge Street Trailhead - parking. No drinking water is available at this point.

The construction of new mountain bike trails commencing shortly at Jubilee Park will take approximately one month to complete. The park and trails will remain open but please do not enter the work area.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation.



Walking and mountain bike trails map

Print the Jubilee Park walking and mountain bike trails map.

 

Jubilee Bridle Trail

Best for: Bushwalking, mountain biking and horse riding

Classification: Bushwalking (Grade 4 - rough track, limited signage, very steep sections), mountain biking (Intermediate), horse riding (Advanced)

Distance: 4370m one way

Walking time: Approximately 120-180 minutes

Description: This is a shared use trail so be careful when travelling along this route. The Jubilee Bridle Trail extends from the Bridge Street entrance to Amos Road at the base of the escarpment.

 

Sandstone Ridge Trail

Best for: Bushwalking, mountain biking and horse riding

Classification: Bushwalking (Grade 4 - rough track, limited signage, very steep sections), mountain biking (Intermediate), horse riding (Advanced)

Distance: 1460m one way

Walking time: Approximately 45-55 minutes

Description: Sandstone Ridge Trail features sandstone shelves and a diverse range of native species. This is a shared use trail so be careful when travelling along this route.

 

Themeda Trail

Best for: Bushwalking, mountain biking and horse riding

Classification: Bushwalking (Grade 4 - rough track, limited signage, very steep sections), mountain biking (Intermediate), horse riding (Intermediate)

Distance: 1300 m one way

Walking time: Approximately 40-50 minutes

Description: This trail runs along the escarpment from the end of Mackenzie Street through to Harvey Street. The trail forms part of our firebreak network and provides walkers, horse riders and mountain bike riders with some spectacular views.

 

Tristania Trail

Best for: Bushwalking, mountain biking and horse riding

Classification: Bushwalking (Grade 4 - rough track, limited signage, very steep sections), mountain biking (Intermediate), horse riding (Advanced)

Distance: 1820m one way

Walking time: Approximately 55-65 minutes

Description: Named after the native brush box, Tristania Trail is also a shared trail open to horses, mountain bikes and walkers. Take care when travelling this route and show courtesy when passing other users.

 

Crebra Trail

Best for: Bushwalking and mountain biking, no horses are allowed.

Classification: Bushwalking (Grade 4 - rough track, limited signage, very steep sections), mountain biking (Intermediate)

Distance: 1500m one way

Walking time:  Approximately 45-55 minutes

Description: Crebra Trail explores the northern end of the park through eucalypt gullies. The trail is accessible to walkers and maintains bike riders. Horses are not allowed on this trail.

 

Yellow Box Trail

Best for: Bushwalking, mountain biking and horse riding

Classification: Bushwalking (Grade 4 - rough track, limited signage, very steep sections), mountain biking (Intermediate), horse riding (Easy)

Distance: 500m loop

Walking time: Approximately 15-20 minutes

Description: This short trail allows all users to make a small detour on the Tristania Trail to experience some scenic views across the valley below.

 

Acacia Trail

Best for: Bushwalking and mountain biking, no horses are allowed.

Classification: Bushwalking (Grade 4 - rough track, limited signage, very steep sections), mountain biking (Intermediate)

Distance: 1510m loop

Walking time: Approximately 40-50 minutes

Description: This trail is opened to walkers and mountain bike riders only; no horses are allowed. This trail takes users into the north eastern corner of the park.

 

Mountain bike trails

This park is an attraction for mountain bikers. The Toowoomba Mountain Bike Club (TMBC) maintains and develops mountain bike tracks throughout this park. 

Features

Shelter
Toilets
Mountain biking
Equestrian
Walking
Bush walking
Parking
Drinking water

Map

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