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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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.

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.

1770 Headland and Lookout

Seventeen Seventy, Gladstone Area
Long, golden beaches, white waves crashing into the rocks below, aquamarine ocean as far as you can see and if it's whale season you might just spot a water spouting out of a blowhole on this short, headland walk.

Follow the Platypus Trail

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Have you ever wanted to see an Australian platypus in the wild? The Mackay Region offers the best and most reliable locations to see these unusual mammals swimming in rainforest creeks and rivers. Journey to Finch Hatton Gorge and Eungella National Park for a natural adventure the family will cherish.

Araucaria Falls track, Main Range National Park

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Discover the spectacular beauty of the Araucaria Falls, on this short track flanked by lush subtropical rainforest in the Goomburra section of Main Range National Park, Wind gracefully along a gully lined with brush box and gently climb to this small but spectacular waterfall.

A Natural Adventure through The Mackay Region

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Escape the modern world with a rugged and remote adventure to lift your spirits and clear your mind. Soak up splendid isolation, peace and tranquility amongst the remoteness of the Mackay Region's National Parks!

Gympie Region Food Trail

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Gympie Regional Council welcomes you to the Gympie region and hopes this food trail map helps you to discover, plan and enjoy your visit to their beautiful region. Gympie Gold Regional Produce aims to help you be inspired to taste, create, buy, stay, play, dine, learn and connect with their growers, producers, retailers, processors, cafes and restaurants and find out all about the fantastic food related events from near and far.

White Rock Ridge Hike

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The White Rock Ridge Hike trail forms part of the White Rock - Spring Mountain Conservation Estate managed by Ipswich City Council, and is accessed from the Paperbark Flats Picnic Area off School Road in White Rock, just south-west of Ipswich.

North Western Fishing Trail

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Queensland Western Country is a unique pocket of Australia rich in culture, agriculture, and heritage. The region begins less than 3 hours drive west of Brisbane and can be explored while touring some of Queenlands major arterial highways.

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.
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