The top end of the trail is located on top of Australia's Great Dividing Range just two hours drive north-west of Brisbane and directly west of the Sunshine Coast. The Yarraman to Moore to (Nukku Road) section of the trail includes Linville and Benarkin and is located in the scenic upper reaches of the Brisbane River Valley and crosses the rugged and picturesque Blackbutt Range. The trail head at Yarraman is located at the old railway station at the end of Millar Street. The Trail head at Blackbutt is located at the entrance to the Roy Emerson Museum.
|5 Hours||48 Kilometres|
Maintained walking/riding track previously the old Rail Way line. The standard of the trail surface varies between sections although generally the trail surface is a combination of compacted gravel/dirt. The section from Linville to Benarkin has a rough gravel surface with some rocky sections. From Linville to Blackbutt the trail gradually rises up through the Blackbutt Range, with a number of creek crossings that are moderately steep.
|Mode of Travel||Bicycle, Horse, Walk|
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