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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Coral Coast Pathways (Burnett Heads to Bargara)

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Discover the spirit of the Bundaberg Region, stroll along the regions diverse beaches. Burnett Heads to Bargara will see you venturing from the marina, along Oaks Beach through the turtle nesting grounds at Mon Repos, following the coastline down Nielson Park, past the coastal town of Bargara to Kelly's Beach.

Coral Coast Pathways (Moore Park Beach Section)

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Coral Coast Pathways begins from the north starting at Moore Park Beach. The walk starts from the entrance around the lagoon and lookout precinct, following the coastline through Bob Nielson Park and Recreational Hub to Claude Dooley Park.

Coral Coast Pathways (Innes Park to Coral Cove)

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Discover the spirit of the Bundaberg Region, stroll along the regions diverse beaches. This section starts at the northern end of Innes Park Reserve, bordering the Coral Cove Environmental Reserve, through Herb Muller Park and finishes at the Barolin Rocks near the very popular Coral Cove Resort and Golf Club Course.

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.

Churches and Shrines

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Brisbane is a city filled with churches and even boasts no less than two separate cathedrals. These not only represent some of Brisbane's most exquisite examples of built heritage, they also help us to understand local values and beliefs.

Brisbane Valley Rail Trail

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The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail is Australia's longest recreational rail trail at 161 kilometres long from Ipswich to Yarraman. The rail trail follows the old railway line along the western side of the Brisbane River and travels through farming landscapes, native and plantation forests and rural-residential and country town settings.

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.

Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk

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Warm subtropical rainforest, tall open eucalypt forest and picturesque waterfalls in secluded areas of the Blackall Range feature on this 58 kilometre, four day Great Walk, with bush camp sites along the route.

Kennedy Walking Track

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This popular coastal trail is an enjoyable and picturesque four kilometre (one way) route that includes beach and forest walking as well as island views. The track cuts through a wide variety of coastal rainforests to get to beaches and rocky headlands.

Jumrum Creek Walk, Jumrum Creek Conservation Park

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The Jumrum Creek walk is within the Jumrum Creek Conservation Park, which protects a small pocket of rainforest in the middle of the Kuranda township. The park encompasses rainforest along a section of Jumrum Creek before it flows into the nearby Barron River.
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