Mount Mee Forest Trail
About the Track
Track Description

This trip starts and finishes in Dayboro.
From Dayboro follow Laceys Creek Road to its end and turn right onto Range Road Forest Drive (RRFD).Do not take Worth Road - it is now gated and locked. The RRFD follows the ridge with spectacular views on each side. If you are looking for some thing more adventurous, take Jacky Creek Road turnoff. You can't miss it, it is well sign posted and is gated. Gates would be locked in wet weather. Jacky Creek Road is steep and would be very slippery in the wet.
At the end of Jacky Creek Road, turn right onto Byron Creek Road and follow it back to RRFD. Turn left onto RRFD, it then becomes Peggs Road. Follow this to the Gantry Day Use Area - a good stop for lunch with gas BBQues, Picnic tables and toilets. Continue along Peggs Road and turn left onto the Western Escarpment Forest Drive (WEFD) and do the loop around past the Somerset Lookout for spectacular views over Lake Somerset. Continue along WEFD back to Peggs Road and turn right and follow to the intersection with Chambers Road. Turn left and follow Chambers Road, which then becomes Mount Brisbane Road back to Dayboro.
An alternative after leaving Somerset Lookout, and is for the adventurous only, is to take the A Break track - a very steep decent leading back down to Byron Creek Road. This road is gated and closed in wet weather.
Note - The Mount Mee Forest trail and drive map can be down loaded from the Queensland national Parks web site.
The included track file does not include A break.

Track Logs
User ID Log Vehicle Date
42591 Mitsubishi Triton Oct 10, 2014
51298 Nice easy drive, a few patches of rough ground, overall a good drive in the dry. The section from The Gantry to archers camp ground has plenty of stops and short bush walks. Mitsubishi Triton Oct 9, 2014
43402 Mount mee Nissan Patrol Nov 16, 2013
43402 Mount mee Nissan Patrol Nov 16, 2013
24129 Up to date Toyota Prado Oct 20, 2013