Yarraman - Yarraman Station & Weir Park

Monday, 23 Dec 2019 14:51

Address: , Yarraman QLD

Yarraman Station Park is the historical location of the old train station. Only the old sign remains on site as the station building was relocated to Heritage House in the CBD. Yarraman Weir Park is about 500m from Station Park. Please leave your pets at home.

How to get there: Yarraman is about 120km north of Toowoomba. From Yarraman city centre take Browne Street (which turns into Millar Street) and you will find the Yarraman Station Park at the end of the road. Park your car and get ready to go back in time while you make your way along the weir trail.

If transporting bicycles is an issue, there is a coach service from Caboolture to Yarraman operated by Pursers Coaches based in Murgon. There are also two trains from Brisbane that arrive in Caboolture.

Facilities: Parking, picnic tables, picnic shelter, horse stables, toilet. Due to the isolated location, there is no drinking water supply.


Walking trails

Yarraman Station & Weir Park walking trail maps


Weir Trail Circuit

Best for: Bushwalking, mountain biking and horse riding

Classification: Bushwalking (Grade 2), mountain biking (mostly easy, only a very short section is steep), horse riding (easy)

Distance: 2260m return

Walking time: Approximately 50 minutes

Description: The Weir Trail Circuit takes you in a loop from the Station Park carpark through to the Weir Park and back to the Station Park carpark. The interpretive signs tell you the story of the old train station.


Brisbane Valley Rail Trail

Best for: Bushwalking, mountain biking and horse riding

Classification: Each section of the trail has different grading. 

Distance: 160km one way

Description: The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail (BVRT) follows the disused Brisbane Valley rail line that commenced construction at Wulkuraka near Ipswich in 1884 and was completed at Yarraman in 1913. The BVRT winds its way down the Brisbane valley, traversing farmland, forests, picturesque rural settings and country towns. Being on the old railway line, the BVRT provides an easy climb up the valley for day trippers, overnight camping or longer term adventures.

BVRT is open all year round. It’s all off-road, no traffic, just South East Queensland’s big skies and distinctive landscape to enjoy. Come and experience for yourself why thousands of people love exploring the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail at a leisurely pace on bicycle, on horseback or on foot. Get a group of friends together and come and find out what Queensland country all about.

The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail is managed by different councils along the way. The section Yarraman - Nukku Road is maintained by the Toowoomba Regional Council.


Picnic tables
Bush walking