Red Rock Gorge , Sundown National Park
This is the entrance to Sundown NP via Sundown Rd. This IS a 4WD track . Gravel road to access entrance of park would recommend SUV or 4WD only .
If SUV leave you car at gate and follow the track. Signs along the way and about 8km one way from gate,
Cape Bruny Lighthouse
Situated in the South Bruny National Park, take in the sweeping southern views to the wild Tasman Sea, South East Cape, Whale Head and the small islands dotting the coastline. Experience the vastness and wonderful photo opportunities at every point of the compass, with albatross, gannets and many other pelagic seabirds gliding over the relentless ocean swells. Observe migrating whales, as well as short tailed shearwaters and Wedge Tailed Eagles swooping close to the tower.
This is a part 'man made' structure that takes you to the tree tops and back, plus a walk among the river to see some of the most ancient trees on the planet; the Huon Pine.
Cedar Creek Falls
Not to be confused with Cedar Creek at Mount Tambourine, this spot is located approximately 20 minutes from the village of Samford on Brisbane’s north side.
To access Cedar Creek, begin at Samford and drive north along Mount Samson Road, then turn left into Cedar Creek Road.
This is a great place to take a dip and cool off in summer or soak up the sun on a large rock in winter. Kids will also be kept busy with exploring the local surrounds.
There are no established bus
Rawson Falls Walk
A trip to the 40m high waterfall, with a relaxed lunch at the picnic area and a refreshing dip at the bottom of the falls makes for a perfect day trip. The track is even signposted along the way with interesting facts about the rainforest and its history. The time is a rough guide, you could spend hours at the bottom in good weather.
Lower Beechmont Conservation Area (Eastern Section)
The trails in this area are used by horse riders, mountain bikers, bushwalkers and nature lovers. This is a rugged, natural environment and you need to be well prepared and self reliant when in the reserve. Some of the trails link with those in Nerang Conservation Park.
Monument Hill + Powder Magazine Tracks
Starting at the historic Trial Bay Gaol and featuring stunning coastal views, the Monument Hill walk takes in the monument built for German gaol internees before finishing at Little Bay picnic area. You can turn it into a 2.6km loop by then linking with Bridle trail and returning on Powder Magazine trail. There's also a much longer walk that continues on from Little Bay all the way to Smoky Cape lighthouse that is 10km one way.
Cabbage Palm Loop
Cabbage Palm loop walking track in Wallingat National Park is a relatively short bushwalk over gentle hills with plenty of wildlife spotting and birdwatching opportunities.
Grants Beach Coastal Walk
The Grants Beach Coastal Walk in the Camden Haven area of the NSW Mid North Coast is an easy graded walk featuring coastal heath, paperbark swamp forest, pockets of littoral rainforest and some spectacular views from Grant's Head. This short walk is suitable year round as you walk adjacent to the beach so you can cool off anytime during summer. Start at either the North Haven or Bonny Hills end.
Ms Kellys Walking Track
Ms Kellys walking track in Brimbin Nature Reserve is a short walking track near Taree, that follows a historic bullock route and takes in landmarks with names significant to the area’s historic heritage.