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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Six Mile Creek, Bluff Lookout and Little White Rock Trails

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See koalas in the wild on these easy to moderate walking trails through White Rock-Spring Mountain Conservation Estate. The Six Mile Creek, Bluff Lookout and Little White Rock Trails can be done together or in sections.

Sheepstation Creek Conservation Park

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The shared use loop trail is set amongst the tranquil grassy open forest of Sheepstation Creek Conservation Park in Upper Caboolture. The trail starts at the Phelps Road Trail Head and runs around the outer perimeter of the park with connections to the Spotted Gum and Ironbark Ridge Trails.

Thorsborne Trail, Hinchinbrook Island National Park

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The Thorsborne Trail is a 32 kilometre walking trail along the eastern side of Hinchinbrook Island National Park, which takes four days to traverse. Hinchinbrook Island is a rugged, outstanding feature of the north Queensland coast.

Freshwater Creek Track, Byfield National Park

Farnborough, Livingstone Area
With its rugged pinnacles, tucked-away camping spots, spectacular sand dunes and picturesque stretches of coastline, the Byfield National Park is a remote coastal getaway. Massive parabolic sand dunes—the oldest reaching 5 to 6 kilometres inland—occupy most of the southern part of the park.

Rotary Walk

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A number of shared paths meander around lakes and gardens, with viewing platforms doted along the way where you can rest and watch the abundant birdlife. Fun outdoor exercise equipment can be found in some areas.

Booloumba Falls Walk, Conondale National Park

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The Booloumba Falls walk in Conondale National Park, showcases the park's stunning surrounds and a wonderful variety of wildlife. The park, set in the rugged Conondale Range, features lush rainforests, tall eucalypt forest, waterfalls, boulder-strewn creeks and spectacular scenery.

Caboolture Regional Environment Education Centre

Burpengary, Moreton Bay Area
CREEC is currently closed until further notice due to COVID-19. 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.

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.

Russell Street Historical Walk, Toowoomba

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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.

Mount Coolum Summit Track

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Did you know that Mount Coolum is the second largest rock in the world after Uluru? This impressive dome-shaped rock is 208 metres high and offers spectacular views of the coast and hinterland. There are several sets of stone steps to help you reach the summit.
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