Bring the family and enjoy a picnic at the Sugarloaf Saddle Day Visitor Area. Please note there are no bins provided – please take your rubbish home with you for recycling or disposal.
Around Sugarloaf Saddle there are rock climbing areas available for all levels of ability from the beginners’ area at The Boulders near Sugarloaf Saddle, to the many challenging climbing routes on North Jawbone. Please contact a licensed rock climbing guide for more information
If you are after a walk, there are several walks ranging in difficulty including the moderately steep track that winds through dense messmate forest, connecting Sugarloaf Saddle Day Visitor Area to Cooks Mill via Tweed Spur Road.
For more information about safety and how to prepare for this walk, download the Visitor Guide below.
Things to do in the area
How to get there
Need to know
Change of Conditions
Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.
Cathedral Range State Park
Cerberus Road, to Sugarloaf Saddle Carpark and Jawbone CarparkCerberus Road, to Sugarloaf Saddle Carpark and Jawbone Carpark, is currently in very poor condition.It is not recommended for two-wheel-drive, or low-clearance all-wheel-drive, vehicles.
Tweed Spur Road, to Messmate Walking Track and Blue Range RoadTweed Spur Road, to Messmate Walking Track and Blue Range Road, is closed to vehicles due to storm impacts.It will remain closed to vehicles until road repairs are made.Walkers are permitted, and are advised to use caution due to changed road conditions.