Adungadoo Pathway

Bungil Street, Roma, QLD

Following the peaceful waters of Bungil Creek, this 1.7 kilometre shared concrete paved pathway is ideal for walkers, joggers and cyclists.

Ancient river gums are a beautiful feature of the walk, whist the watercourse is a must for any birdwatchers. Adungadoo which was the name given to Bungil Creek by the Mandandanji tribe, is further enhanced by interpretative signs, graceful rest shelters and a striking “meeting place” area.

There are also opportunities to leave the walkway and return via the Central Business District or the largest Bottle Tree, to the Big Rig Parklands.

Facilities found here:

CarparkPicnic AreaPublic ToiletBirdwatchingWalksNature & WildlifeExperience is free

Accessibility Information

  • Caters for people who use a wheelchair.