Journeys and Itineraries

Queensland is teeming with alluring landscapes, glistening coastline, and animated towns and cities. This vast state is awash with adventures bound to delight, whether you’re journeying on foot, jumping behind the wheel or heading out to sea.
  • Lace up your walking shoes and make the most of Queensland’s stunning great outdoors. From the Great Walks that delve deep into our magnificent National Parks, to easier strolls up to picturesque lookouts and short climbs down to natural swimming holes, there’s sure to be a trail to suit your walking style.
  • Take your campervan through the lush green country, cruise along the coast in a convertible, or steer a 4WD along red dirt-road tracks; Queensland is jam-packed with on-road and off-road driving adventures to suit every traveller.
  • Swimming with sharks, surfing when the swell is up or rafting through raging rapids are sure-fire ways to get your adrenaline soaring. Or you might prefer to slow things down as you float alongside huge turtles or snorkel over colourful coral reefs. Whatever floats your boat, you can find it on the lakes, rivers and oceans that are the lifeblood of our great state.

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Booloumba Falls Walk, Conondale National Park

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

Outback Queensland River Junction Drive

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Begin your journey in Jundah, on the banks of the Thomson River with its panoramic river views and drives. Take the top road through to Windorah and relax under the majestic river red gums lining the waterhole at Cooper's Creek.

Cape Hillsborough – A Low Tide Fishing Adventure

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Low tide in Cape Hillsborough often reveals many overlooked land-based fishing spots for visiting anglers. This fishing adventure takes advantage of the low tide and shows you some of Cape Hillsborough’s best tourist attractions.

Tibrogargan walking circuit, Glass House Mountains National Park

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The Glass House Mountains National Park is known for its craggy peaks that tower above the surrounding landscape. Mount Tibrogargan is located between Beerburrum and Glass House Mountains townships, off Marshs and Barrs Roads.

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;

Southern Food Trail

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Journey south of the Great Dividing Range descending from Toowoomba to the fertile plains of the Darling Downs and Granite Belt, 147 kilometres on the Southern Food Trail. Stop at the historic pub in Nobby home to literary great Steele Rudd, and continue past lush green cattle paddocks and rolling hills.

Mount Tempest Lookout Track, Moreton Island National Park and Recreation Area

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Not for the faint-hearted, the Mount Tempest lookout track features a steep climb to a summit measuring a staggering 280 metres in elevation. Hike through stands of gums and grasstrees to a mountain-top lookout, stopping to catch your breath at seats along the way.

Federation Walk

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Federation Walk is a 3.5 kilometre pedestrian walkway located on a natural section of the area known as The Spit. Federation Walk begins at a fig tree in the parking lot opposite the entrance to Sea World.

Bundaberg- Biggenden- Mount Perry Circle

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This route is one for all the senses and is an easy four-day drive around the Bundaberg North Burnett region. Soak up the history in galleries and museums and take in the breathtaking authentic Australian landscape through its dry, rocky outcrops, mountainous ranges and wheat-coloured grasses.

Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail

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The Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail is situated north east of Aramac . It has over 30 different unique sculpture which have been created by local artist Milynda Rogers. These Sculptures are dotted through the countryside on the road to Lake Dunn and Rangers Valley.
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