Somerset Trail

National Parks and Reserves

The Somerset Trail in Mount Mee offers hikers a clearly signposted trek through open-forest, pine-forest and pockets of rainforest which should take no more than 3 to 4 hours to complete at a leisurely pace. It is suitable for children who’ve been on bushwalks before and who have a reasonable level of fitness.

Things you need to know:
– Classification: Easy
– Distance – 13 kilometre return
– Circuit or looped trail
– Time – 3 to 4 hours
– Signposted
– Well-maintained
– Take drinking water (there are no drinking taps along the Brisbane bushwalks trail)
– Bring energy snacks, a hat and sunscreen
– Picnic and toilet facilities at The Gantry Day Use Area, not on the trail
– Comfortable walking boots/shoes
– This trail is mostly up a slight incline and like all rainforest walks, sections can be a bit slippery after rainfall
– No domestic pets are allowed
– Horses, Four Wheel Drives and Trail Bikes are allowed on certain tracks which cross Somerset Trail

Facilities

Picnic Area

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