Daisy Hill State Forest - Trail, Daisy Hill, Australia

Daisy Hill State Forest - Trail, Daisy Hill, Australia

DESCRIPTION

All kinds of different trails. There are trails for beginners through to advanced users. Hard quarry road, technical up and downhills, fast and slow singletrack.

USER REVIEWS

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[Nov 01, 2014]
Jason
Weekend Warrior

Awesome for quick and longish rides. Hooks up with the likes of Cornubia forest and other mtb single tracks. Daisy hill itself has several good and different tracks. Smooth, steep, rough. A nice variety. Its location is really good to. Very accessible for all south Brisbinites, northern Gold costers.

Customer Service

Favorite track. Number 8 (Nirvana).

Similar Products Used:

Cornubia, Mt Cotton.

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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
[Jan 31, 2010]
Cubits
Cross Country Rider

The most groomed trails in southern queensland. Mostly very smooth, loads of armouring courtesy of the trail builders. Nice little jumps around, some really techy singletrack, nothing too gnarly. The hills are generally gentle, and you can avoid big climbs and still have a lot of fun!

Customer Service

If it has rained at all in the last few days, start from the top carpark (Underwood rd entrance gets muddy!). The main route past the sign board leads you to the centre of the trail heads, the five ways. From here you can rocket down possum box (techy, but has some lovely direction changes), or take the more gentle Tunnel of love which features a nice rock garden with a b-line which is also rocky!

Once you get down Tunnel, there's a long gentle run down koala, which leads you to the grasstrees/stonehenge section. Grasstrees is relaxing and takes in nice views, Stonehenge is compact and wild (but not bike-punishing).

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There's a four-cross track at the underwood rd entrance which is great for practicing berms and jumps. :)

Other riding parks around the Mt. Cotton ares are also going official, like the Cornubia/Eastern escarpment and Bayview. There are MASSES of trails if you include them, and the entrances are only a few minutes away from DH!

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5
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2
[May 30, 2008]
hayden
Cross Country Rider

really good recomend it to any one

Customer Service

do the possombox its basicly all down hill thunmbs up

Similar Products Used:

chocca budda, love tunnel and second commin

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RATING
4
VALUE
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2
[Jul 17, 2007]
Darren Morgan
Cross Country Rider

The trails are great for beginners threw to intermidiate there are some man made features in the private property next to daisy hill forest

Customer Service

if u start from the carpark ride up threw one of the many entrys and take a right and follow that path on until u come to second cummin which is a far way around follow second cummin up to the daisy hill entry then follow the fire road to five ways, once ur at five ways take tunnel of love then koala after that take urself to the quarry if u no the way and follow the quarry around onto turning japanese then onto lubracator.
that is my usualy route and after lubracator im to picky about the path i take back to type it all up would take forever

Similar Products Used:

if u have the gahollies try nirvana

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RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Nov 09, 1999]
Wilmot

This forest is a great place to ride. It has heaps of tracks to explore which will keep you ocupied for hours. I have been riding here for around 7 years and still love it.

As you may have picked up there is also great picnic facilities with walking trails and horse trails as well.

Customer Service

There are heaps of different routes you can take, many of which interlink with each other. If you get lost try and find the gravel quarry trail which leads back to the picnic area. After a long ride, it is alwayse good to go for a swim in the quarry. You can get to the quarry by taking the quarry trail from the top carpark (past the rangers shed) and following it right through. You shouldn't miss it if you stay on the quarry trail.

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Venman's Bushland National Park backs onto daisy hill and is also a great place to ride. It has nice, well kept fire trails and some nice steep hills. There has been some speculation in the past over weather mountain bikes are actually allowed in Venman's so it is probably best to check with the rangers before riding in there.

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Apr 08, 2000]
pop

I've only been to Daisy Hill a few times but it great. Nice singletrack, varied terrain, heaps of trails. The old quarry in the middle of the park is a great place for practicing your trails and jumping ability.

Similar Products Used:

Venmans bushland reserve, Mt cotton, Toohey forest.

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4
VALUE
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[Jan 24, 2001]
David

A great ride for all levels with lots of good singletrack, some are hard to find with most starting from the main fireroads. A good ride is to the north through the quarry. look for a gate on the fireroad on the right hand side. just pass the gate on the left hidden in the trees about 50m in is some great logriding stuff.
p.s take plenty of water, if you get lost just find the main ring road this will take you back to the park entry, give yourself atleast two hours of daylight
as the forest gets dark quick.

Customer Service

Try riding from the Roachdale side, near the bmx track
and the temple, this is a good place to start from up the hill and stay on the main trail to the left, this takes you right to the middle of daisy. there is also a great singletrack in this area on the left as you ride up the hill.

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4
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[Mar 16, 2002]
Gaza

Before you cross the step through, looking back to where you came from a small entrance appears between the two main fire trails. This is Chocolate Buhda. Fantantic down hill single track tight corners, creek gully crossings, log jumps, great 3 foot high log go over.

Keep going pass the big log into the "Second Coming". Watch out in the wet. Team member impaled on a tree and got a trip to hosptial with 20 stitches to show the missus when he got home.

"Second Coming" has plenty of techincal and goes for 7 kms before a small hill climb back to where you started at the step through.

Customer Service

Park near the temple on Underwood Road and take any trial heading up the hill. Stay on the track heading to your left and you'll get to the fire trail. This will get you to the step through into Daisy.

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Daisy has plenty of single track and fire trail. Nivana and Thunder Child near Venmans is great.

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RATING
4
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[Jun 04, 2002]
benoza

excellent with all types of trails including some NORTH TRAILS in the private property

Customer Service

The bestway is to start at the dennis road entry, then take the track up the hill. When you see the no bike sign turn right and continue up the trail. When you see a fence, jump it and ride up the hill till you come across a track. turn left. From the top of the hill there is heaps downhill runs to the left and right

Similar Products Used:

other tracks include the private property next to the national park

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5
VALUE
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[Jun 30, 2002]
Mark

Alot of hidden paths are meant to be hidden by the park rangers. Mainly for plant regeneration. Nearly every path in the forest is a great ride and is the best park (in my view) in the area.

Customer Service

There are many small hidden trails which are about as wide as the bike itself and are very hard to find, The tracks that consist of many jumps and lots of speed is just need the edge of the Daisy Hill state forest and are on the quary road. Most paths that lead onto the Quary road are great.

Similar Products Used:

Chocolate Buddha and the BMX track over teh road from the beginning of it

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5
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