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Brisbane Valley Rail Trail

Beautification and resurfacing works on the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail between Diamantina Boulevard, Brassall and Bayley Road, Pine Mountain will be commencing from the week starting 18 June 2018. These works are estimated to take approximately 6 weeks. Improvement works are also being carried out at Borallon, off Borallon Station Road, to provide parking facilities for cars and horse floats. 
These works will begin towards the end of June 2018 and take approximately 4 weeks. 

Concept designs for Diamantina Boulevard and Borallon improvement works Concept designs for Diamantina Boulevard and Borallon improvement works
Concept designs for Diamantina Boulevard and Borallon improvement works

The trail will be still be open during this time. However, users are advised to proceed with caution and observe any warning signage in place.

About the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail

The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail, or BVRT, is a recreational trail that follows the disused Brisbane Valley rail corridor from Wulkuraka, west of Ipswich, to Yarraman, west of Kilcoy. Once complete, the 161km trail will provide walkers, cyclists and horse riders with a unique opportunity to experience the diverse rural landscape of the Brisbane Valley.

The trail from Toogoolawah to Moore is currently closed. Users accessing this section of the trail do so without approval. There is a suggested alternative route using minor country roads – refer to the below brochure and map for further information.


The BVRT encompasses the Brassall Bikeway—Stage 4 which commences at Wulkuraka train station and currently ends at Diamantina Boulevard in Brassall. The bikeway was opened by Ipswich City Council in August 2016. 

The BVRT continues from Diamantina Boulevard north to Fernvale, before looping westwards to Lowood and then continuing north to Coominya, Esk and currently stops at Toogoolawah. The trail then picks back up at Moore, and continues northwards to Linville before turning west to Benarkin, Blackbutt and finally Yarraman.

The BVRT map and brochure below provides further information about the trail including local town maps, location of public facilities and places of interest. 

The BVRT Project

In January 2016, the Queensland Government committed $1.8m in funding to complete the Toogoolawah to Moore section of the BVRT. Additional funding has since been allocated to the project by the Federal Government and Somerset Regional Council. 

Somerset Regional Council is responsible for delivering the project and construction works are currently underway. It is anticipated that the project will be completed by mid-2018. 

Contact details

Phone: For advice on trail conditions, things to do and places to stay along the BVRT, contact the BVRT Ranger on 0467 729 409.
Last updated
08 June 2018