Flea Creek Brindabella National Park
About the Track
Track Description

This trail is a smallish loop through the Brindabella taking in Flea Creek, Mt Coree and has a few small creek crossings.

Follow Brindabella Rd to Gentle Annie Trail.

Gentle Annie Trail is a bit of a misleading name, as the trail is anything but gentle.

At the end of gentle Annie trail you’ll arrive at Flea Creek camping area. Surprisingly it can be very busy down by the water in the warmer summer months and it is quite a nice place to go for a dip in the cool clear waters.

From Flea Creek, Head up Webbs Ridge Rd, then onto the powerline trail until you reach Two Sticks Rd.

Turn right on Two Stick and head on up to Mt Coree for some awesome views and it’s quite a nice place to stop for a bite to eat.

The Road up to Mt Coree is very rocky.

Head back down and turn right on Two Sticks rd and follow it to Blue Range Rd.

Follow Blue Range Rd for a bit then turn off onto Genges Trail.

From memory parts of Genges Trail were steep and a little bit tricky.

Follow Genges Trail until you join back up with Blue Range Rd which will take you back to Brindabella Rd and the end of this track.

Track Logs
User ID Log Vehicle Date
53080 Great day out... Our first in the Navara, a few heart in mouth moments, mainly cos its the work car also.. We drove to Flea Creek, had BBQ lunch, Two sticks road (power line track), and home back to Weston Creek... Nissan Navara Mar 9, 2015
26988 Toyota FJ Cruiser Jul 21, 2014
44135 This track was fun, we did in reverse to what is listed! We set off at 3:30pm and expected to be back in Canberra at around 8pm. The drive down into Flea Creek was easy to moderate in most parts with just a few spots that required some more concentration due to lots of mud and deep ruts (near powerline trail) From Flea Creek up Gentle Annie is steep yet nothing more than moderate. We were hoping for snow but not even at Piccadilly Circus :( The full moon was majestic as she guided us back into civilisation. Well worth the 4.5 hours we took to complete the circle. Nissan Patrol Jul 13, 2014
48864 Very Steep inclines at some points, easy enough for my auto in low range for those spots. Got a wet tail on the end of the trip but nothing too hairy. Would be tricky if soaked. Holden Jackaroo May 8, 2014
43679 Tried this track yesterday in the dry. Got through the first part okay but had to turn around due to a large boulder in one of the steeper rocky climbs - probably a bit too much for the discovery which is not raised, and dangerous to take on without another car! Plenty of roads and tracks in the area with varying difficulty which I will definitely explore more in the future. LandRover Discovery Dec 14, 2013
40226 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited May 19, 2013
40226 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited May 19, 2013
36152 Great view from Coree Toyota Hilux Nov 17, 2012
18948 Great track. It was nice and dry and the creek crossings were very shallow. Steep in places and very scenic. Toyota Hilux May 15, 2011
11004 nice and easy run to do :) need to find me some more!!! :D Mitsubishi Pajero Aug 8, 2010
10798 Creek crossings are very shallow. We took Two Sticks all the way to Mountain Creek Road - it gets quite narrow with plenty of opportunity to give the paintwork a bit of a scratch but it is the road less travelled. There are a couple of closed gates but there is nothing to indicate it is a private road. make sure you close the gates again as there is stock about. Toyota Prado Jun 13, 2010
6754 Gentle Annie and Webbs Range rds are quite, quite steep. Alternate exit after Mt Corree is through Blundells Flat and up to Curries Rd joining onto Brindebella Rd or back to Two Sticks then left and rejoin Brindebella Rd west of Picadilly Circus. Toyota Landcruiser Apr 19, 2010
25515 Toyota Landcruiser Apr 17, 2010
501 Toyota Landcruiser