The Link Route
Connecting the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail to the South Burnett Rail Trail.
The Route surface is a combination of a stock route and bitumen and gravel backroads.
The route is fully signposted. The Stock Route section (Yarraman to Nanango), is a dry weather only route, as there is a creek crossing that can become flooded after rain. Currently there is 750m of this route in two sections, either side of Yarraman Creek, that is quite rough and needs extra care to be taken by riders, especially on the downhill approach and crossing Yarraman Creek from Nanango and at a second creek system towards Yarraman. Thankfully both sections are quite short and easily walkable if needed. Currently there is water in the creek crossing. Look to the left (coming from Nanango) for a trail (follow the tyre marks) that should keep your feet dry.
The Link Route connects the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail at Yarraman to the South Burnett Rail Trail via Nanango. The route has been developed by local riders with the wonderful support of the Heritage Bank.
There are some challenging hills along the route. However, the views are spectacular and well worth the effort. Get away from everything and give the Link Route a go.