Bordering on the Ewen Maddock Dam, there are many natural attractions and water activities to be enjoyed in and around Mooloolah.
Mooloolah – National Park Accommodation, Queensland
Maddock Park (located off Mooloolah Connection Road) is a popular picnic spot that has picnic tables, free BBQ’s as well as a designated swimming area with a beach. Maddock Park also has a playground for children which will keep them amused for hours. Paddling is a popular activity on the dam, however, please note that only non-motorised craft is permitted on the dam. Visitors are also permitted to fish in the dam and you are permitted to fish from your non-motorised boat, or from the platform at Maddock Park. A fishing permit is not required.
Horse riding is also a popular activity within Mooloolah. There are over 9km of multi-use trails that are shared between walkers, bike riders and horse riders around the Ewen Maddock Dam, or riders can take a trek to an old unused railway tunnel or climb to the mountain tops to explore the bushland.
Mooloolah is also well equipped with public transport including a train station and bus services. You will also find a number of shops and restaurants here as well as a supermarket.
There are also many accommodation options in Mooloolah including bed and breakfasts as well as private cottages. Click the link below to find the best accommodation deals.