Cat and mouse complaints after fatal crash

A week after three people were killed in a head-on collision in the Gold Coast hinterland, police are investigating reports of a dangerous, high-speed game of "cat and mouse" on the same road.

The crash claimed the lives of three family members after a vehicle allegedly veered onto the wrong side of the road and smashed head-on into an oncoming car at Bonogin on December 30.

A police source said investigators are shocked by reports which emerged on Wednesday of a motorcycle and a ute being driven erratically along the same stretch of road.

Members of the local community posted on social media about witnessing the "disgraceful" behaviour, and reported the incident to authorities.

"Followed a red unregistered trail bike along Tolga Road then down along Bonogin Road (Wednesday) about lunchtime," one man wrote.

"He was riding on people's front lawns tearing up the grass, destroying lawns as he revved his engine, riding in (sic) the footpath."

The witness claimed the bike and ute were travelling at up to double the speed limit along the remote stretch of road.

"He was accompanied by a red twin cab ute ... as they overtook one another on double white lines along Bonogin Road playing cat and mouse.

"Great work, boys, you should be proud of yourselves."

The witness said he had previously seen the ute in the area, before claiming the driver was familiar to local residents.

"Just been made aware who drives the ute ...

"Disgraceful."

A Queensland Police spokesman says a complaint was made on Wednesday "concerning the manner of driving of a motorcycle and utility on Bonogin Road at Bonogin around 11.30am".

"Investigations are ongoing."

The alleged dangerous driving comes days after police levied manslaughter charges against Uiatu "Joan" Taufua, 46, the mother of NRL star Payne Haas, over the fatal Friday collision.

Police allege the Brisbane Broncos forward's mother veered onto the wrong side of the road in a black Mercedes and crashed into a white Mercedes while fleeing police at Bonogin.

Taufua was on parole at the time of the crash after being sentenced to nine months in prison for assaulting two security guards at the Star Casino.

Her parole has since been revoked and Taufua returned to the Women's Correctional Centre.