The Ultimate 4WD recreation experience
Landcruiser Mountain Park is a working cattle property and Queensland's first privately-owned wilderness park designed for off road and bush camping enthusiasts.
Located at Jimna, two hours' drive from Brisbane, the park gives you 3,600 hectares (that's 9,000 acres) of total freedom and unrestricted access to enjoy your 4WD to the full in an unspoilt bush environment.
Experience adventure and challenge
There are 200 kilometres of specially-designed 4WD trails, varying in standard to suit both the beginner and experienced off road driver. Test your driving skills and get to know your vehicle while negotiating hills and gullies, washouts and creek crossings.
Experience spectacular scenery and get back to nature
Mountains, valleys, open forest, rocky cliffs and waterfalls - ideal for bushwalking, photography, landscape painting or observing nature. Go swimming, canoeing and fishing in the many creeks and waterholes. The park is a flora and fauna sanctuary and the abundant wildlife includes wallabies, possums, platypus, deer and many varieties of native birds.
Experience bush camping at its basic best
You may camp anywhere on the property. Rated as one of the top 10 camping spots in south-east Queensland, the park has grassed, shady camping areas beside the creeks where you can relax around the campfire and enjoy the peace and quiet of the Australian bush.
Landcruiser Mountain Park should be regarded as a wilderness in every sense. Facilities are basic and limited, and the nearest major township is Kilcoy, 60 kms. away, therefore it is important to bring everything you need including sufficient fuel, a good first aid kit, axe, shovel and tow rope. Motorcyles are not permitted. Please note: Fuel is not available at the Park or Jimna township.
The park is a flora and fauna sanctuary. Firearms and archery are not permitted and removal of flora and fauna is prohibited.
Vehicle Access within the Park is suitable only for 4WD vehicles for much of the year. In dry weather, 2WD vehicles with good ground clearance can gain access to two camping areas - Cowah Falls and Trakka Terrace. Under no circumstances should 2WD vehicles attempt to enter the property after wet weather or if rain storms are likely. If in doubt, check conditions with the owners.
Caravan & Camper Trailer Access - small camper trailers can be taken to most camping areas. Medium-sized caravans can be taken to the first two camping areas only - Cowah Falls and Trakka Terrace. Please note that access to Cowah Falls involves a creek crossing.