Latest Walks

Easy
400 m return
15 mins

White Woman's Waterhole Walk

Grade 2, 15 minutes, 0.4km loop, formed Track with directional signage.
A short loop on a well formed track this walk makes its way around the unique waterhole from which the adjacent campsite takes its name.

Medium
200 m one-way
30 mins

Bluff Lookout Circuit

A short walk to a lookout on a sandstone bluff. Tree top views over Six Mile Creek and the conservation area.

Medium
200 m one-way
1 hr

Little White Rock Lookout Circuit Track

Take a detour from the Little White Rock Track along
a moderate level track for a view over the forest at the
lookout.

Medium
600 m
30 mins

Little White Rock Track

Moderate level track suitable for average fitness levels.
Pass along the base of a rocky ridge where you will see
caves and relics of a World War 2 training bunker. The
spotted gum forest supports a local koala population.

Hard
18 km return
7 hrs

Northern Scenic Rim Trail to Mt Mistake Campsite Day walk

Explore the first part of the Scenic Rim Trail walk - a good workout and nice views

Very Hard
10.6 km return
8 hrs

Devils Thumb

A long, steep and tiring ascent up and over a mountain to get to the enormous granite rock feature that overlooks Port Douglas and beyond. Quite possibly the best lookout in North Queensland!!

Hard
9.3 km return
4 hrs

Saddle Mountain

A steep walk up to the top of Saddle Mountain where you will get great coastal views from the radar station that sits at its summit.

Medium
7 km return
3 hrs

Manly Dam

Best Bushwalking trail, around Manly Dam.

Medium
2.4 km return
3 hrs

Devil's Peak Trail

This climb is an awesome one, when you get to the top, you get an awesome view especially at sun set!

The Devil’s Peak trail is a moderately difficult bushwalk becoming increasingly strenuous towards the summit, where some scrambling over rocks is required. Allow 1.5 to 3 hours to complete this walk.
From the summit you will be rewarded with extensive panoramic views of Quorn, the Southern Flinders Ranges, the Horseshoe Range, Pichi Richi Pass, Port August, Upper Spencer Gulf and beyond to Wilpena Pound.
Devil’s Peak is 697m high, and along this walk you may observe many good examples of “faulting”, discover fossil impressions of ancient lifeforms, and see a variety of native fauna and flora.

Medium
4.42 km one-way
90 mins

Coobby Dam Wall walk

A walk from Loveday Cove to the Dam wall at Cooby Dam, approx 35 km North from Toowoomba.

Easy
8.3 km return
3 hrs

Snapper Point

A lovely easy walk in the Dirawong Reserve (Dirawong is the aborigine word for goanna) for all the family, with plenty of ‘rewards’ through low coastal scrub, along the coastal pathways, pebble and sandy beaches, swimming, rock pools and rock hops, to the great views from the headland

Easy
1.5 km return
30 mins

Half Tide Rock

Headland walk down to a rock platform.

Easy
2 km return
1 hr

Joggly Point

A lovely easy walk in the Dirawong Reserve (Dirawong is the aborigine word for goanna) for all the family along the sandy pathways and through the low coastal scrub to great views from the headland.

Hard
6 km return
2.5 hrs

The Pinnacle and Fairview Mountain via Valley Break

From the end of Austinville rd follow the 4wd track of Valley Break to Fairview Mountain and then turn left onto a at times overgrown single track till The Pinnacle (Springbrook Pinnacle) which is contoured around to the right where the route up becomes apparent (on the opposite side of the pinnacle as of that you approached (Southern side)). A scramble to the summit which offers 360 views.

Easy
2 km return
1 hr

Mark Davis

Lighthouse Track to Joggly Point

Medium
10.98 km
3.5 hrs

Mt Mitchell

Mt Mitchell, one of two peaks on either side of Cunningham's Gap, is a good track walk which provides great views of Main Range, the Moogerah Peaks and through to Mt Barney. There is a wide variety of biome types along the track, including luxuriant rainforest, eucalyptus forest, and montane heath, as well as impressive natural rock formations, making this an incredibly scenic walk.

Medium
3.5 km return
90 mins

Lark Quarry Conservation Park

Most people come here for the Dinosaur Stampede exhibit, a unique preservation of footprints and multimedia presentation of how they may have come to be. Around the site are a couple of walks - the Spinifex circuit (500m, 30mins) and Jump-Up Loop (90mins, 3.5km) - that showcase the arid landscape around this area and are well-signposted with information cards to entertain the young and old and worthwhile either before or after viewing the Stampede. Do take a hat and water. The sun is cruel even in winter.

Very Hard
12 km return
6 hrs

Mt Huntley

A steep walk up one of the lesser climbed peaks on the Great Dividing Range. Though Mt Huntley is usually tackled when doing the Main Range traverse, this route allows you to directly hit the summit in a single day trip.

Medium
5.92 km one-way
89 mins

Tondoon Walk

Combines the Tondoon Botanical Gardens, the bush near Police Creek and Mt Biondello.

Very Hard
15 km return
11 hrs

Mount Barney

Big day on the mountain. Up and back down the SE Ridge.
Well worth all the aches and pains.