Latest Walks

Very Hard
5.5 km return
2.5 hrs

Mt Greville waterfall gorge, Northern face

Starting from the car park ascend to the viewing rock and then head along the faint track towards south east ridge. Once at the cliff line peel of to the right and traverse along until you get to the first gully entrance seen from the viewing rock once there rock scramble up the north western ridge line to the summit. Beware there is a degree of exposure here and no marked route. The bare rock is cliff like and the gullies are extremely unstable beware of shifting rocks. Descend down south east ridge.

Easy
2.6 km return
90 mins

Mystery Face walking track

Mystery Face Walking Track is located in Torrington State Conservation Area and provides views of spectacular rock formations

Easy
2 km return
1 hr

Thunderbolts Lookout Walking Track

Thunderbolts Lookout Walking Track provides spectacular 360° panoramic views of Torrington State Conservation Area

Medium
8.2 km
4 hrs

Mt. Mathieson Circuit

This track was built by volunteers in 1986 from the National Parks Assoc of Qld. The mountain is named after the chief commissioner of railways. 1880s to 1912

Hard

Faulconbridge to Glenbrook via Lost World

One of the many routes through the Blue Labyrinth, the two-day walk from Faulconbridge to Glenbrook in the lower Blue Mountains combines tracks along Sassafras and Glenbrook Creeks with sweeping views from Lost World Lookout. It's a varied walk with lots of potential camping sites.

Medium
480 km one-way
28 days

via egnatia

this a walk that follows, where possible, the ancient roman road, the via egnatia, from Durres in Albania to Thessaloniki in Greece. I only walked sections, in Albania and Northern Macedonia. The highlights of the walk are spending several days walking on the remains of the Roman road, which are well preserved in one mountainous section of the walk, walking along the shores of Lake Ohrid and walking over the mountains from Ohrid to Resen.

Easy
11 km return
4 hrs

Melaleuca Circuit

A nice walk, just 45 minutes drive from Bundaberg. Walk through the trees to come out to a beautiful mangrove and continue on to an 4WD/walk in only camp-site. A short sandy section along the beach, leads you back to the start of the circuit. Official signage says 12km return, but my GPS only measured around 11km.

Easy
1 km return
45 mins

Scarborough Point Low Tide

A short 1km return walk over the mud flat & rocks at Scarborough Point, starting from Tingira Park. At low tide the rocks form a roughly 2m wide path out to a big rocky outcrop in the bay, there's often people fishing or fossicking here. At high tide the entire path and outcrop go underwater.

Medium
3.5 km return
2 hrs

Mt Coochin (East and West Peaks)

A seldom climbed mountain, yet once you find the 'start', this is a great scramble on a pretty mountain, with some outstanding views of the Glass House Mountains region from a new angle. This is a loop track via two peaks.

Very Easy
4 km return
40 mins

Lagoon Creek Walk

A fully sealed track that follows Lagoon Creek from the corner of Pettigrew and Ferris Streets. It follows Lagoon Creek along till it reaches the Bruce Highway.
The highlight of the track is the main lagoon where at the right time you may see a platypus as well as ducks and turtles.

Easy
5 km return
4 hrs

Shelving, Monkey, Long and the Old Resort

Walk undertaken from fisherman loop can be taken either way but if the beaches are done first finding the runway can be difficult.
So from Fishermans explore the abandoned Resort and make your way to the runway which you can follow to long beach. Then you can head over the head land past an aboriginal shell midden to monkey beach then to shelving and back to Fishermans.

Medium
30 km return
1 days

Great Southern Figure of Eight Loop GKI

Start at the western end of Putneys Beach climb over headland to Leekes Beach then inland along a path running to the west of the lagoon. Then turn west then south and go to 2nd Lookout then to Mt Wyndham then continue to clam bay through Butterfly Gully. Then to Coconut point and over to Red Beach then up to the lighthouse. Then along the lighthouse track which follows the ridge line back to the lagoon and historical homesteads. Then past the dam then onto 1st lookout then continue out to Fishermans Beach and then north to the starting point.

Animals: peacocks, snakes, goats, butterflys, sharks and more
Not an official walk but an amalgamation of a few.
Most enjoyable walk i've done followed it with the Northern Beaches Walk also an amalgamation of self design the next day great place to visit worth wish listing.

Easy
20 km return
2 days

Lake Wyaralong

Start at the dam and make way on the shoreline trail till the old Queenslander houses you can spend the night in. Then next morning make your way to the top of Mt Joyce and then back out the way you came the previous day. or other variations on this

Medium
4 km return
2 hrs

Purling Brook Falls Circuit and Warringa Pool

Together with Twin Falls Circuit, one of the must do's in this Park. Viewpoints, waterfalls, swimming holes, wildlife, name it, it is there! Optionally add an extra 2km to reach the lower Warringa pool.

Medium
4 km
90 mins

Twin Falls Circuit

A rewarding sheltered walk through rainforest rock clefts and behind the twin falls.

Very Easy
700 m
30 mins

Best of All Lookout

Its makes lofty claims... and meets them! This short walk is well worth the effort with excellent views of the Tweed Valley including Mt Warning, Byron Bay and The Cougals. Plus it includes one of the most accessible stands of Antarctic Beech Trees (Nothofagus moorei) in Queensland. If you haven't been there, make sure to stop off next time you're on the plateau.

Medium
2 km return
90 mins

Hanging Rock

Hanging Rock is the location famous for the Mystery surrounding school girls who apparently went missing there in the year 1900. The movie "A Picnic at Hanging Rock" brought this story new interest, and its now a very popular landmark. Hanging Rock is located near the small Victorian town of Woodend, about an hour North of the state capital city, Melbourne.

The Hanging Rock Facility offers carparking, toilets, food, and parklands for bbq's and picnics, apart from the very worthwhile walk up Hanging Rock.

The walk up Hanging Rock is a CLASS 3 level walking track. This walk offers many great photo opportunities, and certainly the impression of mystery and perhaps eeriness.

Definitely a worthwhile stop during your travels ....

Hard
5 km return
3 hrs

Glen Rock

Glen Rock State Forest is situated at the head of Tenthill Valley and adjoins the World Heritage-listed Main Range National Park.

Medium
4 km return
90 mins

Enoggera Reservoir Tunnel

A short but rewarding walk to a piece of Brisbane's history. Built in 1928, along with an open viaduct, this tunnel moved water from Gold Creek Reservoir to Enoggera Reservoir. See https://historyoutthere.com/2018/09/23/the-secret-tunnel-to-australias-past/ for history.

Easy
9 km return
3 hrs

Settlers Track

This is an easy walk that you can choose to do the full nine kilometres return walk or take the shorter six kilometre return walk. It's the same walk, you just take a short cut to cut out three kilometres of the overall walk.
The walk does have some moderate inclines, but these aren't that challenging if you pace yourself, if you find these parts a little difficult.
The walk takes you past three huts built and used by early settlers. The information brochure that is available at the track head gives good insight and detail of the walk.