The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail is blessed with a broad range of unique country town accommodation. You can choose your own experience staying in historic country pubs, serene B & B cottage retreats, homely guest houses, glamping tents, caravan parks or immerse yourself in nature with free camping. Accommodation is limited in some areas along the trail, so booking your trip well in advance is highly recommended.
Yarraman Station and Weir Park, Yarraman
Yarraman Station Park has an abundance of old train relics and is close to the Yarraman Heritage Centre which now houses the original historic station building. Yarraman Weir Park is located about 500m from Station Park and is a beautiful location to set up camp for the night with toilet and other facilities available.
Facilities: Parking, picnic tables, picnic shelter, horse stables, toilet.
First Settlers Park, Benarkin
One of the more well maintained and equipped camp areas, this area is another large flat space with shops located directly across the road.
Facilities: Water, parking, picnic tables, playground, power and hot showers (coin operated), BBQ facilities and toilets.
Linville Memorial Park, Linville
Located alongside the historical Linville Station precinct, campers can lay rest right next to the old station and train carriages that remain today. This area is also across the road from shops and a hotel.
Facilities: Water, parking, picnic tables, playground, showers, BBQ facilities and toilets.
Stanley Gates Park, Moore
Located across the road from several charming country cafes, Stanley Gates Park offers a nice flat surface area with beautiful and big shade trees.
Facilities: Parking, picnic tables, playground, power points, BBQ facilities and toilets.
All other accommodation options
For all other accommodation types ranging from caravan parks to luxury retreats you can visit our partner local council tourism websites:
Before you book your accommodation, make sure you've planned out the best distances to travel each day to suit your abilities. The average walking speed is approximately 5km/h or 20km/h for bike riders, although this will vary depending on your fitness levels. If you don't want to make a loop trip and wish only to travel one way, you can organise a shuttle bus service to bring you back to your vehicle or accommodation through specialty service providers.
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