Kingfisher - Lake McKenzie - Central Station - Lake Boomanjin - Dili Villiage - Jabiru Swamp - Hook Point
Walking on Fraser is a must-do! It's beautiful and unique. The walking tracks are separate to the vehicular tracks, so it feels like you are really in the guts of nowhere with no one else anywhere nearby, when in fact, if you need it, you can call a taxi and get the heck out of dodge if something crops up. The campsites at almost all the locations are fenced, have gear locker
Mount Perry mountain
Steep walk up Mount Perry on a well defined track. Some sections can be slippery due to grade, but it's pretty easy. Parking is at the gate at the bottom of the track off Scrub Rd. Takes about 40 - 60 mins to reach summit depending on fitness. An excellent view from the top. There is a shelter shed at the top and you can set up camp on the grass or roll out a mat inside the shed.
An alternate track to the Summit Trail at Mt Cootha Brisbane that is shared with bikes and horse riders
Tinchi Tamba Wetlands
Tinchi Tamba Wetlands Reserve is over 380 hectares in size and is part of a network of coastal wetlands on the edge of Moreton Bay. The wetlands are located 19 kilometres north of the Brisbane CBD, between Pine River and Bald Hills Creek and includes tidal flats, mangroves, salt-marshes, melaleuca wetlands, grasslands and open forest. Tinchi Tamba Wetlands Reserve offers a variety of walking trails.
Border Loop Walk
A short walk through wet eucalypt and rainforest close to the Queensland/New South Wales border in the Border Ranges National Park.
Red Cedar Loop
A short walk in The Border Ranges National Park that takes you through rainforest to a large red cedar.
The Helmholtsia is a rare stream lily found along this track in the Border Ranges National Park.
Beautiful rainforest with examples of mature rosewood, flooded Gum and white Beech.
A rainforest walk linking The sheepstation Creek campsite with the Forest Tops campsite in the Boarder Ranges National Park.
Located in the cool climate of the Dandenong Ranges, Olinda Falls is a perfect place to have a quiet picnic, short walk and spend time with the family.
The walk to Olinda Falls is only 350 Metres to the viewing platform and 500 Metres to the base of the falls. The walk itself takes between 10 – 15 minutes and is shaded from the carpark all the way down to the falls. There are picnic tables, running water, toilets and plenty of shade to sit in.