The headwaters of the Condamine River flow through some of the most stunning country you’ll ever see.

Today’s ride took us through this dramatic gap in the Great Dividing Range from Killarney to Aratula.

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The Big Ride (Part 2)

(Photo: Jason Grant)

On Day two of our “Big Ride” I had to return home, leaving my friends in Toogoolawah.  They continued their long journey to Gympie.

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Is there an enjoyable off-road cycling route between Kilkivan and Gympie? Our mission today was to find such a route, so we could use it on a future multi-day ride.

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Gorman’s Gap

Almost 200 years ago, a convict named John Baker escaped the brutal Moreton Bay penal colony to live with the Goomburra Aboriginal People in the Lockyer Valley.  He walked long distances with them following winding tracks up and down the Great Dividing Range.  Today we followed some of those tracks.

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Mountain and Plain

Tannymorel is a delightful little village with a perfect location for adventure on the edge of rugged mountains and vast plains. By camping there overnight we were able to have the best of both worlds.

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The Bicentennial National Trail (BNT) passes right through the middle of Kilkivan, west of Gympie.  This delightful small town was the perfect place for us to start today’s adventure.

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Social Ride Invitation: Scenic Rim XC Adventure

Would you like to join us for a fun social ride through the Scenic Rim?

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Carneys Creek

In 1859, hopeful gold miners once trekked through this area on their way to the diggings at Tooloom on the Clarence River. Today we thought we’d retrace some of their journey.

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