Wivenhoe Hill Trails

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There is a 16-kilometre multi-use trail network at Wivenhoe Hill, offering spectacular views of Lake Wivenhoe. These trails are suitable for mountain bike riders, horse riders, walkers and trail runners.

Four trails are available, ranging in distance. The trails have been rated class 3 under the Australian Walking Trail Standard, requiring a reasonable level of fitness. 

Entrance to the trails is located of Fig Tree Road, via the Hay Road exit on the Brisbane Valley Highway. Car and horse float parking is available at the trail entrance. Further information is available in the Wivenhoe Hill Trails brochure.

Download the Lake Wivenhoe Recreation Guide for detailed information about activities, as well as a map and important safety information.

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Mountain biking at Wivenhoe Hill Trails

Bush walking at Wivenhoe Hill Trails

Horse riding at Wivenhoe Hill Trails

Fishing at Logans Inlet

Camping at Captain Logan, Lake Wivenhoe

Camping at Captain Logan, Lake Wivenhoe

This site is run by private operators.

For all enquiries and bookings please contact the campgrounds directly by:

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Camping at Lumley Hill, Lake Wivenhoe

Camping at Lumley Hill, Lake Wivenhoe

This site is run by private operators. For all enquiries and bookings please contact the campgrounds directly by:

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Canoeing at Logans Inlet

BBQs and picnics at Logans Inlet

Stand up paddling at Logans Inlet

Kayaking at Logans Inlet

Rowing at Logans Inlet

Electric boating from Logans Inlet

Electric boating from Logans Inlet

There is a boat ramp at Logans Inlet Day Use Area.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp. 

Please keep a safe distance from other lake users. 

All activities on Seqwater lakes are covered by the Boating Regulations set by Maritime Safety Queensland (msq.qld.gov.au).

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Restricted fuel powered boating at Logans Inlet

Restricted fuel powered boating at Logans Inlet

Restricted fuel powered boating is permitted on Lake Wivenhoe from the boat ramp at Logans Inlet.

Vessels must be low-emission outboards/engines. This limits motors to four strokes or direct fuel-injected two strokes. Vessels are not to exceed six knots. If your boat is on the plane, you're going too fast.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp.

Please keep a safe

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Sailing at Logans Inlet

Swimming at Logans Inlet

Swimming at Logans Inlet

The designated swimming area is marked with buoys on the water.

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BBQs and picnics at Wivenhoe Dam Day Use Area

Fishing at Wivenhoe Dam Day Use Area

Canoeing at Atkinson's Crossing

Kayaking at Atkinson's Crossing

Picnic at Atkinson's Crossing

Fishing at Atkinson's Crossing

Sailing at Billies Bay

Rowing at Hays Landing

Swimming at Billies Bay

Swimming at Billies Bay

The designated swimming area at Billies Bay is marked with buoys on the water.

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Fishing at Billies Bay

Kayaking at Hays Landing

Stand up paddling at Hays Landing

Fuel powered boating at Billies Bay

Fuel powered boating at Billies Bay

Restricted fuel powered boating is permitted on Lake Wivenhoe from the boat ramp at Billies Bay.

Vessels must be low-emission outboards/engines. This limits motors to four strokes or direct fuel-injected two strokes. Vessels are not to exceed six knots. If your boat is on the plane, you're going too fast.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp.

Please keep a safe distance

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Fishing at Hays Landing