Look over the historic town of Queanbeyan and pin point all the historic landmarks on the map at the lookout. Start at the Trailhead Car Park Just up Jerrabomberra Hill Road which is off Halloran Drive, Jerrabomberra and begin your walk up to the summit.
The lookout at the summit which is your destination provides excellent views over the NSW city of Queanbeyan but given the shape of the hill and the treed slopes, views from the summit aren’t only where this walk really shines – views provided on the way back down are superb. This mountain is well isolated and adjacent to a large open grassy plain and you get to see the nearby ACT summits of Black Mountain, Mount Ainslie and Mount Majura, as well as views out towards the distant Brindabellas.
Park in the car park and enter through the gap in the gate before taking a left turn up the hill. You will come to a T intersection a few hundred metres in and at this point you’ll again take a left turn and follow the management road past a large water tank (on the left) all the way up to the upper water tanks that sit not far from the summit. There is a water bubbler at this intersection which is a rarity on walking trails in this region.