Bushwalking on Keswick Island


Keswick Island has many trails along which you can walk to explore the island.

Trails wind through tropical vegetation, up hilly climbs that reward you with spectacular views, or along sandy beaches and fringing reef at low tide.

Bushwalking on Keswick is a great way to marvel at the natural treasures that change with the season. For further information on tracks and walking tips, visit the Keswick Kiosk.

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Bushwalking on Keswick Island

Bushwalking on Keswick Island

Notable walks include trails to the spectacular Langton Point lookout and to Connie Bay/Sarah Point lookouts - these walks pass the hives of the fascinating honey bees.

At the other end of the island, the Coral Gardens Lookout is a nice spot to walk to for a picnic lunch, with majestic grass trees and vast views across to St Bees and beyond.

And the rainforest walk to Arthur Bay is often a magical walk through swarms of vibrant blue butterflies.

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