Latest Walks

4.8 km return
50 mins

Postmans track

Nice bushland walk around 4.8km for the loop. Well signed and easy to follow with plenty of birds, wallabies and the odd snake. The track is split into two marked trails Blue (the easier section) and Red (more hills), with a White trail shortcut joining the two.

Very Easy
560 m
10 mins

Chalk Circuit

Entry to this walk is from Harding's Paddock Picnic Area - Encompassing the Picnic and Bush Tucker areas, this trail is flat and easily accessible for all levels of fitness. Along the trail learn about various bushtucker plants through interpretive signage from both an Indigenous and European perspective.
Walk takes approx 5-10mins

4 km
90 mins

Simpsons Falls and Eugenia Circuit

This track begins at Simpson Falls Picnic Area. It is excellent for wildflower viewing in late winter and spring when the golden wattles and purple hoveas of the open forest understorey burst into bloom. Links with the Eugenia Circuit

1.7 km return
75 mins

Mt Elimbah (The Saddleback)

At only 120m this is an easy climb to the top of one of the two most southerly of the Glass House Mountains. The terrain is mostly rocks with grass or dense bush, but has a surprisingly good 360° view from the top.

3.9 km return

Bicton Hill Circuit

A rainforest circuit leading to the summit of Bicton Hill in Clump Mountain National Park near Mission Beach, North Queensland. A series of lookout points along the circuit provide views of Bingil Bay, Mission Beach and surrounds, and the Family Islands.

1.3 km return
1 hr

Mt Cooran

A lesser known peak, just north of Mt Cooroora, Mt Cooran hosts exceptional 360° views; Sunshine Coast, Blackall Range, Gympie and Woondum National Park to the north and east to the coast.

11 km return
3 hrs

Sergeant Dan Stiller Memorial Reserve

This reserve runs along Oxley Creek. The series of freshwater lakes in Dan Stiller Reserve are the result of sand mining which has now ceased. This memorial park is named after Sergeant Dan Stiller who was killed by a car accident on duty. The southern section of the reserve is well known for its diverse range of bird species in the area. Note after heavy rain some sections may be closed due to flooding.

10.6 km return
2.5 hrs

Nerang State Forest Centre Loop

Decent walk through the State Forest

9 km return
3.5 hrs

Mt Marlow - Many Peaks Track

Excellent walk for the views, traverses open forests and semi-deciduous vine thickets along the side of the peaks. The summit of Mt Marlow provides superb 360 degree views of the wetlands and coastline. You can complete a circuit by returning via the Lagoon Trail or the Freshwater Trail through the wetlands. These trails provide excellent opportunities for viewing wetland birds.
Only the middle sections of the Many Peaks Track are considered hard. The other sections are medium, and the Lagoon and Freshwater Trails are easy shared bicycle/walking trails. Mosquitoes can be a problem at certain times of the year, so bring some repellent. Winter is the best season. Refer to the track notes below.

6.2 km return
2.5 hrs

Rainforest Rail Trail

A nice easy walk along the old abandoned Murwillumbah to Casino railway line (1894 to 2004) from Stokers Siding to the biggest tunnel (524m) on that line, with plenty of glow worms and some micro bats.

5.1 km return
105 mins

Hell Hole Falls

This is a well kept secret, that not even many of the locals know about! A strange name for such a beautiful place; it is a series of deep rock pools linked by small waterfalls before the creek plunges over the cliff into the Tweed Valley.
This rock formation is not part of Mt Warning's eruptions, but dates back before that time to the Chillingham volcanics.
A place for a cooling swim, picnic and to enjoy the tranquillity of the surroundings. It is rumoured that the waters of the rock pools contain a natural hair conditioner that lasts for weeks.

Very Easy
40 m return
10 mins

Daggs Falls Lookout

A lookout over Daggs Falls.

5 km return
3 hrs

Island Walk

A short walk in St Helena Island National Park surrounded by colonial ruins.

8.5 km return
5.5 hrs

Mt Sorrow Ridge Walk

This track is a beautiful but hard walk just out of Cape Tribulation township. The trail climbs from the coastal lowlands of Cape Tribulation, up the rainforest-clad ridge of Mount Sorrow to a viewing platform, offering views of the beautiful Daintree coastline, Cape Tribulation Beach, Snapper Island and beyond.

2.7 km return
90 mins

Witches Chase

Witches Falls is Queensland’s first National Park, declared in 1908. This track leads through rainforest with large red cedar trees and eucalypt forest to Witches Falls lookout. The waterfall only flows after recent rain and is best viewed from the lookout platform.

Return by the same route, or extend your walk by 3.1km by completing the Witches Falls Circuit, which starts just beyond the lookout.

8.1 km return
2.5 hrs

Dularcha NP - Roses Circuit

This multi-use recreation trail passes through dry sclerophyll forest and rainforest gullies and includes some views south to the Glass House Mountains from the top of the ridge (206m). Eucalypt forests and riparian areas with flooded gums, cabbage tree palms and rainforest plants feature here and provide habitats for a diversity of wildlife. Birdwatchers will enjoy the diversity of birds along the trail early and late in the day. Definitely take a copy of the map or a GPX file on GPS as lots of crossing tracks which can be confusing

6.7 km return
2.5 hrs

Pages Pinnacle



Pages Pinnacle is a 400m high tertiary rhyolite volcanic plug on a ridge between Springbrook and the Numinbah Valley. It is located above the Nerang River within the Numinbah State Forest. The Yugambeh people called the pinnacle kundohikulli meaning rock shaped boat. The pinnacle, similar to other ancient volcanic landmarks in the Gold Coast and northern New South Wales hinterlands, is an acid volcanic rock containing at least 66% silica. The view at the top of the Pages Pinnacle overlooks Hinze Dam.

3.5 km return
1 hr

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 decending 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.

1 km return
30 mins

Merdian Hill , Beerwah State Forest

This walk up Merdian Hill is moderately steep but very short so whoever graded it easy is correct. The view from the top is nice but not spectacular, glimpses of Ewen Maddock through the trees. It's hardly worth making a special trip just for this walk, but combined with a few other walks in the area makes a nice day out. For starters, in the same location but on the other side of Old Caloundra Rd there are several short walks through wet woodland type vegetation, eg lots of candlestick banksia. Take the walking trails further down Old Caloundra Rd to get away from the traffic noise on Steve Irwin Way. Add a walk around Jowarra Section of Mooloolah River NP and/or Dularcha NP, both an easy drive from Meridan Hill. That makes a really nice day out.

14.5 km return
6 hrs

Breadknife and Grand High Tops walk

Breadknife and Grand High Tops walk in Warrumbungle National Park, regarded as one of the best walks in NSW, offers close up views of the park’s iconic rock formations.