Mary Valley Rail Trail
This trail is from Imbil to Brooloo and uses part of the old Mary Valley railway line. The trail is 4.7km long and suitable for walkers, mountain bikers and horse riders. It is a shared-use unsealed road.
The trail features water crossings, and you will see parts of the former railway.
Entry is from William Street, Imbil and Sutton Street, Brooloo. You can bring your dog, but please keep it on a leash at all times.
View the Mary Valley Rail Trailhead Sign.
Funded by the Queensland Government in association with Gympie Regional Council.
Mary Valley Rail Trail Feasibility Study
Gympie Regional Council is undertaking a feasibility study into the development of Stage two of the Mary Valley Rail Trail. This study is investigating two future sections of trail from Imbil to Kandanga and from Kandanga to Amamoor following on from the section of trail that was opened in 2019 from Brooloo to Imbil.
Rail Trails are a reuse of abandoned railway corridors for outdoor recreation activities including bushwalking, mountain bike riding and horse riding. The study will consider engineering, environmental, heritage and economic impacts as part of the feasibility investigation.
As part of the study, we want to hear from the community.
The survey is now closed
Drop In sessions
Want to know more about this project? We have set up two drop-in sessions, we hope to see you there!
- Tuesday 19 September Kandanga Public Hall between 5pm – 7pm
- Wednesday 20 September Mary Valley Memorial Hall between 5pm – 7pm