Things to Do

Moore & So Much More

Montrose on Moore is an ideal location for groups, such as birthdays, anniversaries, family reunions and art & craft groups. 

It’s a perfect options for those travelling through and if you plan to have a longer stay, there are heaps of things to do.

Base Yourself at Montrose

Why not base yourself at Montrose for a few days and use Out There Cycling to shuttle to Yarraman, Esk or the start point of your choice and ride back to Moore to relax and enjoy a good night’s sleep! 

Alternately, you could do some ‘out and back’ rides on some of the best parts of the BVRT, such as to Linville for lunch (14 km return) or to Moore to Harlin (28 km return). 

We are happy to help with “Moore” ideas!

Explore the Area

MTB in Benarkin State Forest, tackle the old Westaway Rd stock route to Harlin, or explore the Allery Trail Loop, McCallum Trail and Ogilvie Trails

Local markets, museums and galleries including Moore and the Roy Emmerson museum at Blackbutt

Skydive at Ramblers Toogoolawah

Go horse-riding with NASH Horse Trekking

Kingaroy – Kilkivan Rail Trail (KKRT)

Somerset Dam and Wivenhoe Dam (kayak, boat, water ski)

Take a day trip to the Bunya Mountains and explore the newly opened MTB trails

South Burnett Wineries

Ride McEwan State Forest – single track MTBing at Wondai

Also, look out for events including BVRTUA Group Rides, Brisbane Valley Air Show or the Kilcoy and Esk shows

Benarkin State Forest


Bunya Mountains

Cyclists on the Trail

Moore is 49km from Yarraman – spectacular, remote countryside and huge grass trees

30km from Blackbutt – downhill to Linville through the beautiful Benarkin State forest, with several historic locations to see

7km from Linville – see the upper Brisbane River on your way to lunch at the Linville Pub

13km from Harlin – scenic creek crossings and old railway bridges

27 km from Toogoolawah – ride through the heritage listed Yimbun Tunnel between Harlin and Toogoolawah

45km from Esk – beautiful open countryside and views of Mt Glen Rock

112km from Wulkuraka – if you keen on a long ride through Esk, Coominya, Lowood and Fernvale

Dining in Moore

Moore is a small and very welcoming community.

There are three café options within a couple of minutes’ walk, including Kai Lounge, Moore Cafe and Tilly’s. 

You are also very welcome to bring your own supplies and self-cater in the large country kitchen. We also have chef prepared frozen meals available for purchase to keep you well nourished! 

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