Eumundi Conservation Park Sunshine Coast

Photo credit: Maxime Coquard © Queensland Government

Visiting Eumundi Conservation Park safely

    Getting there and getting around

    The park is located on the northern end of the Sunshine Coast and within a few minutes drive from Eumundi township.

    There are three major access points (with limited parking) into Eumundi Conservation Park:

    • Eumundi–Noosa Road gate entrance
    • Seib Road/Verrierdale Forest Road gate entrance
    • North Arm–Yandina Creek Road gate entrance

    Access within the park is by walking, mountain-bike riding and horseriding.


    Staying safe

    Take care

    • Check weather forecast and Park Alerts to see if any closures are current before heading out into the park.
    • Do not enter the forest in strong wind conditions—blackbutt, flooded gum and other trees growing here are prone to dropping branches. Strong wind increases the risk of injury.
    • Stay on the shared trails and obey all safety and warning signs.
    • Carry a mobile phone and first-aid kit. Be aware that mobile phone reception can be unreliable in this area.
    • Do not walk or ride alone.
    • Explore in daylight hours only.
    • Wear adequate sun and insect protection and carry enough drinking water.
    • Plan ahead—let a responsible person know where you are going and when you expect to return.
    • Bike riders: carry a basic repairs kit.
    Ride in small groups and wear appropriate gear.

    Ride in small groups and wear appropriate gear.

    Photo credit: Ross Naumann, QPWS Volunteer

    Horseriders on the Ironbark trail.

    Horseriders on the Ironbark trail.

    Photo credit: Ross Naumann, QPWS Volunteer

    Ride safely

    • Always wear a helmet.
    • Slow down and warn other trail users when approaching them. Follow the give-way code.
    • Plan ahead, ride within your ability and according to trail conditions.
    • Avoid riding in large groups—keep groups to fewer than 12.
    • Avoid riding during and after rain when trails are soft, wet and muddy.
    • Always expect to find someone or something on the track around the next corner. You may encounter other riders, wildlife, cattle and natural obstacles such as fallen trees and water-eroded tracks.
    • Bike riders: avoid skidding and sliding around turns and downhill to prevent collisions.

    For more information, please read the guidelines on safety in parks and forests.

    In an emergency

    In an emergency phone Triple Zero (000).

    Before you visit

    Camping and domestic animals (other than horses on shared trails) are not permitted in the park.

    Essentials to bring

    • Bring adequate drinking water, a first-aid kit, insect repellent and a mobile phone.
    • For walking, wear suitable shoes, sunscreen, a hat and long-sleeved shirt.

    Opening hours

    For your safety, walk in Eumundi Conservation Park in daylight hours only.

    Permits and fees

    Large groups and commercial users will need to obtain an organised event or commercial activity permit.

    If you intend conducting a commercial tour, wedding, school excursion or scientific research in Eumundi Conservation Park, a permit may be required. View permits and fees for further information.


    Domestic animals are not permitted in Eumundi Conservation Park.

    Climate and weather

    Eumundi Conservation Park enjoys a mild, subtropical climate. The average daily temperature range is 21–29°C in summer and 10–21°C in winter.

    For more information see the tourism information links.

    • There are currently no park alerts for this park.