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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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.

Mount Hobwee Circuit

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This park has been impacted by recent severe weather events in Queensland. Please check park alerts for the latest information on access, closures and conditions. The Binna Burra section of the World Heritage-listed Lamington National Park is renowned for diverse vegetation, rugged terrain and a bird's eye view of the Gold Coast and hinterland.

Morelia walking track, D'Aguilar National Park

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The Morelia walking track is in southern D'Aguilar National Park. Starting from Manorina, this walk explores patches of cool rainforest and open eucalypt forest before reaching Mount Nebo lookout. Discover wet eucalypt forest and groves of cabbage tree palms, their huge fan-shaped leaves spreading overhead like umbrellas.

Goolman Lookout via Rocky Knoll Lookout Trail

Ipswich Area
The Goolman Lookout via Rocky Knoll Lookout trail forms part of the Flinders-Goolman Conservation Estate managed by Ipswich City Council, and is accessed from the Hardings Paddock Picnic Area off Carmichael's Road in Purga, just South of Ipswich.

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.

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.

A Cup of Culture in Mackay

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The prosperity and pioneering heritage of Mackay is reflected within the central business district, a collection of beautifully preserved buildings and art, which give an insight into the region’s interesting history.

Mount Mitchell track, Main Range National Park

Tarome, Scenic Rim Area
Main Range National Park features rugged mountain ranges, spectacular lookouts and rare wildlife and is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. Explore the Mount Mitchell track, in the Cunninghams Gap section of the park.

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.
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