BVRT Trek 4 DQ

BVRT Trek 4 DQ

Fundraiser Walks for Diabetes Queensland

Jul

13

to

Jul

15

Region
South East Queensland
Start
5:30 am
Finish
1:00 pm
Host
Bushwalking Queensland
Contact
Gavin Dale
Phone
0423 091 346
Email
president@bushwalkingqueensland.org.au
Web
http://www.bushwalkingqueensland.org.au

15 km, 25km and 100km walks

The event starts at Esk on 13/07/2018 with the 100 km participants conveyed to Moore.

Start

Pipeliner Park
Highland Street
Esk
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Day 1: The first day the walk follows the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail (newly opened section) through Harlin to Toogoolawah and then on towards Esk.

Day 2
: The 100 km participants walk from Esk to the Native Gardens on the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail in Lowood, after passing through Coominya and Clarendon, with afternoon tea at Gerber’s Dairy Farm.

Day 3
: The 25 km participants and the 100 km participants start from the Native Garden in Lowood and walk to Fernvale, where the 15km walkers join and the event finishes at The Cricket Pitch, Pine Mountain Road, Pine Mountain.

Finish
The Cricket Pitch
Pine Mountain Road
Pine Mountain
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