Pocket Road Conservation Area

Pocket Road Conservation Area trail

Pocket Road Conservation Area is approximately 75 hectares in size. It links to Springbrook National Park and Rosins Lookout Conservation Park. This linkage provides a large area of core habitat for a wide range of native fauna.

Tony's Creek, a significant tributary to the Nerang River, flows through the southern end of this area. Its shaded overhanging creek banks provide essential nesting and feeding habitat for the platypus.

Experienced bushwalkers can enjoy the steep terrain. The trail comprises Grey Gum and Tallowwood dominated open forest. There are views of Mount Warning cradled between Binna Burra and Springbrook National Park. You will also find Hoop Pine plantations and fragments of regenerating sub-tropical rainforest.

Primary access is via Pocket Road, Numinbah Valley. Toilets are not available.

Before going bushwalking, tell somebody where you are going and what time you expect to return. Keep safe and help protect our cultural and natural heritage. Stay on existing trails outlined on the map below.

Pocket Road Conservation Area trail map

Terrain map(PDF, 303KB)

Dog prohibited area

This park is a dog prohibited area.

Map of dog prohibited area(PDF, 475KB)

A dog prohibited area is the signed part of a park, reserve, foreshore or beach where dogs are not permitted. Dogs are prohibited in all children's playground areas and within 200 metres of all flagged bathing areas.

Location

Pocket Road Conservation Area, 43 Beechmont Road, Numinbah Valley 4211  
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