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Glen Lomond Park - Toowoomba trails

Glen Lomond Park is located south of Toowoomba City at the southern edge of the Escarpment. It has five tracks including the Glen Lomond Bridle Trail, Hell Hole Track, Spur Walk, McStay Walk and Falls Walk. Glen Lomond Bridle Trail is 2.14km track shared by walkers, bike riders and horse riders. Hell hole track is 2.75km and is shared by bike riders and walkers, however, only the upper part of the track is suitable for bikes. Spur Walk is a 340m shared-use trail and can be accessed from the Glen Lomond Bridle Trail. The newer McStay Walk is a gentle 1.17km long and the Falls Walk that takes visitors to the Hell Hole Waterfall. Benches and picnic tables at the McStay Street entrance provide a comfortable place to take a rest. The picnic node at the end of the McStay Walk offers three sheltered picnic tables with beautiful views of the Lockyer Valley and Upper Flagstone Creek area. From Toowoomba CBD follow Rowbotham Street on the south direction for 2.2km, turn left onto Zupps Road and left onto Dippel Street. The street carpark is at the corner of Dippel and McStay Streets.

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2a Dorge Street, Middle Ridge Queensland 4350, Australia

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