Awesome riding at Daisy Hill
Daisy Hill provides awesome mountain biking for both new and experienced riders. What makes it great? It's centrally located in Logan City Council, South of Brisbane. It is all in one place. Trails are well marked. There are great facilities - bathrooms, water, food, shelter and even BBQs.
There is a vast array of trails on offer at Daisy Hill and there is something to suit everyone from beginners to intermediate and more advanced riders. Some great new trail care work has just been completed at Daisy Hill and the new look trails are just a hoot!
Right next to Daisy Hill is the excellent Underwood Park - ideal for beginner riders with a dedicated skills area and a range of tracks to build confidence.
On its doorstep are other great mountain biking destinations such as Cornubia Forest Park and Redlands. So make a day of it and rides the well groomed and fun trails.
Want to see how much fun you can have at Daisy Hill? Check out this great promotional video from thegreatdayout.com.au
Dedicated Mountain Biking Trails
Underwood Park - Beginners and Skills Park
Shared Use Mountain Biking Trails
Hire a Bike, Get a Lesson
Places to Eat and Drink
Places to Stay
Points of Interest
Local MTB Club
Park Conditions and Entry Details
Daisy Hill Regional Park is easily accessed from Brisbane or the Gold Coast via the Pacific Motorway (M1). If you are traveling from the Gold Coast, travel north along the Pacific Motorway and take exit 24. If you are traveling south from Brisbane along Pacific Motorway, take exit 24 and follow the signs to Daisy Hill Road and the entrance to the park. As you enter the park, there is a carpark on the right-hand side with an excellent trailhead map.
Please note that the Park includes a variety of users, so take care and be respectful. Mountain-bike riding, hiking, and horseriding are permitted on all management roads and shared trails in Daisy Hill Regional Park and KBCCA council reserves unless otherwise signed. Designated mountain-bike trails are also located in these areas. Each trail entry has a sign indicating which recreational activities are permitted.
• Always wear a helmet.
• Plan ahead, ride within your ability and according to trail conditions.
• Slow down or stop when approaching other trail users. Follow the give-way code.
• Avoid riding in large groups—keep groups to fewer than 12.
• Avoid skidding and sliding around turns—this may result in collision with other trail users and injury.
• Avoid riding during and after rain when tracks are soft, wet and muddy.
• Stay on marked trails—riding over vegetation, taking shortcuts and forming new trails damages plants and wildlife habitat.
• Respect areas closed to riding.
• Cyclists must give way to walkers and horseriders, and alert others when approaching them.
Daisy Hill Conservation Park has entry and exit gates which are locked each evening. Between 15 March and 14 October, the gates are open from 7.00am to 5.30pm. For the rest of the year, the gates are open from 7.00am to 6.30pm.