- Rail Trail
- On Road
- Possible Rail Trail
- Other Trail
- former Railway
Why visit the Dularcha National Park Rail Trail?
This short rail trail actually follows the main Brisbane-Cairns railway line between Landsborough and Mooloolah in what is sort of a “railway” national park, the Dularcha National Park.
It incorporates some of the original alignment of the railway line that was abandoned in 1931 when a flatter route was opened.
This original alignment incorporates a 100m tunnel constructed in 1890.
Most of the section of the track adjacent to the current railway line is fenced securely. The old railway alignment and the tunnel are used by at least two utility providers, for Telstra fibre optics and a Caloundra City Council sewerage main.
At the northern end, access by car is via King Rd and Dorson St because an old timber bridge on Paget St has been closed to vehicles. Pedestrians and cyclists can take the more direct route via Jones St then Paget St.
Landsborough Dularcha just south of tunnel.
Landsborough Dularcha - south portal.
No services listed for this rail trail.
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