Latest Walks

1.2 km return
45 mins

Curtis Falls

This enchanting walk begins in wet eucalypt forest beneath towering flooded gums. Notice a drop in temperature as the wet eucalypt forest merges into lush rainforest. Beautiful crows nest and staghorn ferns can be seen in the canopy above. The rock pool and surrounding basalt rock face provide important glow-worm and platypus habitat.

2.5 km return
1 hr

Sandy Creek Circuit

This walk features lush rainforest with towering trees emerging through the canopy and at the falls, eucalypt forest. It follows Sandy Creek out to the western lookout of Cameron Falls, where on a clear day you can enjoy views across the valley to Mount Flinders and the southern suburbs of Brisbane.

This Track travels close to steep cliff edges, so stay on the designated track and behind the fences.

The falls are aligned such that under the correct conditions a rainbow will appear. It has been seen in the afternoon in late July.

800 m return
30 mins

Glasshouse Mountain Lookout

The lookout is about 10km from the Glass House Mountains township, in Beerburrum West State Forest. It offers panoramic views of the mountain peaks, Caloundra, Maroochydore, Brisbane and Moreton Island. A short walking track starting at the lookout leads you through open scribbly gum forest, down through a wet eucalypt forest gully and returns back to the lookout.

12 km return
4 hrs

Mt Boulder Round Trip

Make your way to the Mothar Mountain Rock Pools just south of Gympie off Noosa road on Hill Rd
Note the first part of the trail takes you up Boulder mountain at 490m above sea-level with the last section being steep and slippery when wet so judge your level of fitness and also how safe the conditions are on the day.
Once you reach the top follow the access trail (for the communication towers) past the warning sign saying it is 10km back to the rock pools down the other side of the mountain.
You will hit a T section in the road, simply take the right (should be signed) back to your starting point.

The view is NOT spectacular from the top of the mountain but if you look you can find some views.
Once you turn right at the intersection be careful of possible 4x4 traffic especially on the weekends.
If the conditions are right the Rock pools are a great way to cool off after the walk!

Added by Nerdtrails.

3.5 km return
90 mins

Mount Beerburrum

A paved but very steep walk leads 700 metres uphill through a small area of rainforest, then winds up through eucalyptus woodland to a fire tower. There is a 360 degree view of the Glass House Mountains and other parts of South East Queensland from the summit. On a clear day, Brisbane CBD is visible too. When descending the fire tower, go down backwards as you would with any ladder, several people have tried to go down forward and had very nasty accidents.

Very Easy
2.4 km return
1 hr

Crystal Cascades

Crystal cascades is popular freshwater swimming hole surrounded by a tropical rainforest, it has a series of small waterfalls that flow into large pools, This short easy walk takes you to popular swimming holes and with a waterfall at the last swimming hole

13 km return
4 hrs

Cliff Of Moher

A long trek along the cliffs edge.

2 km return
1 hr

Fairy Falls - Cairns

An isolating walk through the forest, ending in a waterfall and small swimming hole.

Very Hard
3.97 km return

Mt. Tibrogargan summit - Caves Route

Could be also classified as a very hard bushwalk or an easy rock climb. Either way this is a short but classic scramble that displays the complexity of Tibro's majestic east face, on a series of unforgettable pitches, each with their own character and style.
Some parties prefer a roped ascent when some climbers think the solo effort is the way to fully enjoy the tremendous exposure this route delivers.
Route finding is easy and straightforward but falling is not an option on most parts. Some fixed abseiling/belay station are present at convenient spots to either retreat safely or bring following climbers up on a rope.
Each pitch of the whole route can be abseiled with a 60m rope and the experience is equal to the climb.
The hardest climbing move is below the big chimney, basic rock climbing skills are required to make a couple of grade 14/15 moves to build a belay or install an aid point.
Descent can be made safely via tourist track (very busy at times) or as mentioned, abseiling back (5 abseils).
Helmet and grippy shoes are mandatory and the route shouldn't be attempted when wet or downclimbed by the novice.

8 km return
4 hrs

Yul-yan-man Track

Breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, rock scrambling challenges and diverse plant communities await you are you skirt Mt Beerburrum and then transverse the Trachyte Ridge, before reaching a heath covered bluff and descending into the open eucalypt forest below.

13.22 km return
3.75 hrs

Beerburrum to Trachyte and Tibrogragan Circuits

Walk from Beerburrum to the Returned Servicemans memorial Track to Trachyte Circuit to Tibrogargan Circuit to Steve Irwin Way

9.4 km return
4 hrs

Mt Chowan

Reaching the top of Mt Chowan is a challenge, but a worthy challenge. Mt Chowan sits in the north-eastern corner of Mt Jerusalem National Park at a height of 523m. A fire trail and a track lead up along the side of the mountain until the final steep ascent.

11.6 km return
4 hrs

Peates Mountain

An interesting walk through the semi-tropical forest of the Whian Whian Conservation Area (Nightcap NP). Remnants of red cedar logging exist with the stumps showing the cut marks from the cutters planks, as well as an old cedar trunk bridge across one of the creeks.

Peates Mountain (once known as Peach Mountain) once had a fire lookout tower, that provided extensive views of the area from Lismore in the west to the eastern coast. Sadly this no longer exists and we are left with a ordinance obelisk.

36 km return
1 days

Historic Nightcap Walking Track

Historic Nightcap walking track leads through World Heritage-listed rainforest, offering scenic views across Nightcap National Park and Whian Whian State Conservation Area, near Byron Bay.

6.8 km return
3 hrs

Minyon Falls Loop

The Minyon Falls is a plunge waterfall on the Repentance Creek in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia. The waterfall descends more than 100 metres over the huge rhyolite cliffs which were once part of the Tweed Volcano.

Walk down to the base of the falls; a very pretty interesting walk. After the rain the water gushes past you.

4.8 km return
90 mins

Boggy Creek Trail

An easy walk along the side of Boggy Creek. A few tree roots and narrow path at times, with plenty of opportunities to cool your feet in the waters as it cascades over the boulders. Some rather large Land Mullet can be seen along the way.

1.6 km return
1 hr

Emu Mountain (Mt. Peregian)

An easy family walk up this hill with great views of the Sunshine Coast.

3.6 km return
90 mins

Honeyeater Track

An interesting walk from near Mt Cootha summit down to Fleming Rd, the Environmental centre and back up to the start via Chapel Hill Rd Trail. You will see plenty of water dragons, butterflies and birdlife.

2.5 km one-way
30 mins

Litchfield Track

This track is 2.5km one way and is graded as moderate by Brisbane City Council and is well maintained but can have lose stones. The track winds through bushland parallel with the road and is easy to traverse. You will see a variety of Australian native plants and birds. A variety of people, at different stages of trail walking ability, use this track including trail runners.

5.3 km return
75 mins

Mt. Coot-tha Summit Track

Mt Coot-tha Lookout has sweeping views of Brisbane City, Moreton Bay, and around to the Tweed Volcano, Main Range and Mount Barney and Flinders Peak. The walk to this lookout, from JC Slaughter Falls Picnic Area, is a potentially slightly testing but generally easy walk on a paved track that straddles a gully.