Diamantina Boulevard‚ Brassall

The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail, or BVRT, is a recreational trail that traces the old Brisbane Valley rail line that commenced at Wulkuraka, near Ipswich, and continued to Yarraman, west of Kilcoy.

This 20km section of the trail follows the former rail corridor from Diamantina Boulevard, in the Ipswich suburb of Brassall, to the rural township of Fernvale.

A relatively shorter section of the BVRT, Ipswich to Fernvale (or vice versa) is perfect for a fun family adventure as you traverse through farmland, forest and picturesque rural settings along this off-road, traffic-free trail.

The surface of this section varies between sand, grass, gravel and rough stretches with exposed rocky ballast. The trail changes all the time, with sections that are shaded and others exposed.

By using the Brassall Bikeway, users can easily connect The Workshops Rail Museum in North Ipswich, and then travel via the road network to the historic Ipswich Central precinct (6.5km total) with its funky eateries, quirky shops and attractions like Queens Park and the Ipswich Art Gallery.

Alternatively, users can access the BVRT by catching the train to Wulkuraka Train Station and travelling 3.5km along the Brassall Bikeway to join the trail.

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Recent Reviews

979phillipv

May 2019

Stunning and absolute MUST

Fantastic ride with the combination of great scenery, riding that satisfies all levels of accomplishment and doing your bit to help the country towns along the way more »

CandiceE_12

Apr 2019

Easter hike between Moore and Esk

We drove our car to Esk and got picked up by Out There Cycling (at agreed time and spot - great service) and after dropping our gear at the Harlin Pub on the way past, were dropped off at Moore to... more »

Daniel S

Apr 2019

Stunning, graded trail, unforgettable!

I rode along the BVRT with a couple of family members, starting at Wulkuraka and finishing at Esk (approx 67km). Great riding of reasonably groomed tracks. A mixture of compacted dirt, and some... more »

Graham M

Apr 2019

Two days on the road!!

What an asset this is to all of us bike riders - and particularly the small towns along the trail. The trail is in very good condition, it is well signposted and maintained. Thoroughly recommend this... more »

Ian S

Feb 2019

Unforgettable Experience

It's the second time I've done an End to End on the trail. Now with the whole trail open it was great to get back. I think it becomes addictive. It is a "must do" for a rider of bike or horse, or... more »