Wanderwege

Schnüren Sie die Wanderstiefel und trekken Sie auf einem der malerischen Wege durch die Nationalparks. Für jedes Fitnesslevel gibt es den passenden Ausflug: Ein leichter, angenehmer Spaziergang zu einem herrlichen Aussichtspunkt ist ebenso möglich wie eine Klettertour zu einer Badestelle im Fluss oder ein abenteuerlicher Trip über schwieriges Terrain mit anschließendem Camping.

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Yuddamun Trail

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The Yuddamun Trail forms part of the White Rock - Spring Mountain Conservation Estate managed by Ipswich City Council, and is accessed from the Paperbark Flats Picnic Area off School Road in White Rock, just south-west of Ipswich.

Governors Chair lookout track, Main Range National Park

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Perched high on the edge of a cliff face, this large rock was reportedly a popular resting spot for early Queensland governors when their journeys took them through Spicers Gap. Originally known as Governors Rock, the name changed to Governors Chair in 1854 in honour of Sir Charles Fitzroy—the then Governor-General of the Australian colony.

Bluewater Trail Public Art

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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.

Double Head Track

Rosslyn, Livingstone Area
With glorious views of Rosslyn Bay Harbour, the Keppel Bay islands and the Byfield Ranges - it would be a good idea to pack your camera for this walk. Located in the Double Head section of the Capricorn Coast National Park, this trail is sometimes called the Fan Rock Track or Rosslyn Bay Lookout track by locals.

Brown Lake Conservation Park

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North Stradbroke Island’s beautiful Brown Lake takes its name from the native tea trees that colour the water. The site is of cultural significance to the Quandamooka people, and the nurturing effect of the tea trees that surround the lake is both restful and rejuvenating.

Zamia walk, Mount Archer National Park

Rockhampton, Rockhampton Area
Protecting bushland remnants in the Berserker Ranges, this scenic national park is the dramatic backdrop to Rockhampton. At 604 metres above sea level, Mount Archer is the highest peak and has spectacular views of the city and the surrounding ranges from its peak.

Josephine Falls walking track, Wooroonooran National Park

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Josephine Creek starts as a gentle trickle high on the summit of Queensland's highest mountain, Bartle Frere. By the time it has travelled the 7.5 kilometres to the smooth granite boulders of Josephine Falls, it is a thundering torrent that will take your breath away.

Gorge Discovery Circuit

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Springwood Conservation Park shelters 36 hectares of open eucalypt forest and is home to a variety of wildlife. You might catch a glimpse of koala's, water dragons, swamp wallabies and many species of birds.

Bribie Island Bicentennial Trails

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If you enjoy a stroll through eucalypt forest and paperbark wetlands, then make your way to the Bribie Island Bicentennial Trail. A 3.8 kilometre circuit, the Bribie Island Bicentennial Trails begin at the Bribie Island Community Arts Centre on Sunderland Drive.

Caboolture Regional Environment Education Centre

Burpengary, Moreton Bay Area
For anyone wishing to enjoy some down-time in a charming natural environment, learn about Burpengary’s unique local area, or take the kids somewhere special, then the CREEC (Caboolture Environmental Education Centre) is definitely the place to go.
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