Walks

Pull on your hiking boots and trek along one of the picturesque walks in our National Parks. There’s a walk for every pace and fitness level, whether you just want a short easy stroll to a magnificent lookout, want to climb down to a swimming hole for a dip or take on an adventurous overnight camping hike across spectacular terrain on one of Queensland's Great Walks!

Queensland’s best walks are free and a whole lot of fun.


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Bluewater Trail Public Art

Multiple Locations
One of the most significant public art developments in Australia can be experienced in The Mackay Region. The Bluewater Trail Public Art display consists of six installations by Queensland artist, Fiona Foley.

Stony Creek Circuit

Brisbane, Brisbane Area
Walk your way through exotic pines and ancient cycads as you enjoy this trail in the Byfield State Forest. The track passes through pockets of rainforest as it winds its way along Stony Creek. Discover the beauty of the Byfield Fern (Bowenia serrulata) and treat yourself to a picnic at one of the well-maintained recreation areas in the forest.

Russell Street Historical Walk, Toowoomba

Toowoomba, Toowoomba Area
This self-guided walking tour of Toowoomba's Russell Street will lead you by landmarks of fine historic architecture, many of which date back to the 1860s. Russell Street was originally know as Farm Road.

Historic Childers Street Walk

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The township of Childers is set on top of rolling hills of red soil framed by green fields on sugar cane, avocados and macadamias. This walk will take you through the variety of architectural styles from past to present that Childers township has to offer reflecting its many food production industries.

Wynnum North Mangrove Circuit

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An elevated walkway winding through the forest, enabling visitors to observe at close hand the plants and animals of the mangroves. There is seating along the way, and a vantage point located at the seaward end of the boardwalk provides sweeping views of Moreton Bay and some of its islands;

Mackay Highlands Great Walk

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Whether you are looking for a family stroll in the rainforest, or a challenging five-day hike, there will be a journey to inspire and delight as part of the Mackay Great Highlands Walk. Beginning in the cool rainforest of Eungella National Park, the Walk incorporates steep escarpments, verdant rainforest, dense palm groves, towering trees, dramatic gorge views and tranquil back-country farmland.

Bluewater Trail

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See highlights of Mackay along the Bluewater Trail, a shared bicycle and pedestrian walkway which connects art, historic architecture and points of interest with natural beauty. The Bluewater Trail is approximately 20 kilometres in length, linking key attractions, including the picturesque Mackay Regional Botanical Gardens and the Bluewater Lagoon to Mackay's natural features, the Pioneer River and Town Beach.

Family Fun in Mackay City

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Searching for ways to keep the kids entertained? Mackay City is bursting with fun activities, from nice strolls, picnics along the river and to swimming in the beautiful Bluewater Lagoon, Mackay City is guaranteed to delight.

Gudda Gumoo (Rainbow Waters)

Dingo, Central Highlands Area
Gudda Gumoo (Rainbow Waters) tracks are located in the Blackdown Tableland National Park. Rising abruptly above the surrounding dry plains, Blackdown Tableland protects spectacular sandstone scenery at the north-eastern edge of the Central Queensland sandstone belt.
Ironbark Ridge and Spotted Gum Walking Trails are set amongst the tranquil grassy open forest of Sheepstation Creek Conservation Park in Upper Caboolture and can be accessed from the Grey Gum Circuit. Both short walking trails cross the middle of the park and connect to the Grey Gum Circuit at each end.
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