Latest Walks

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.

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.

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.

7.2 km return
70 mins

Munroe Tramway

An easy, well-maintained walk through bushland and farmland, including some short sections that join up with the dirt road.

Interpretive signs tell the history of the Munroe Tramway, and some lovely views/birdwatching opportunities.

1.2 km return
30 mins

Dr Roberts Waterhole

Take the gently sloping track to gaze at reflections in the still waters of Bald Rock Creek. Ground orchids, banksias, conesticks, geebungs and crinkle bushes are prominent in spring, as are the many colourful bird species living among them.

2.8 km return
1 hr

Underground Creek

Features of this walk include spectacular wildflowers varied birdlife and a creek that disappears beneath boulders that have fallen from cliffs above.

3 km return
1 hr

East Lookout

Climb to a lookout at the base of Glen Rock. This walk provides great views down the valley carved by Blackfellow Creek and a good overview of Glen Rock Regional Park.

3.6 km return
90 mins

Araucaria Falls

Rainforest walk to the base of Araucaria Falls and then return. Elevation 830m (base of the falls).

17.8 km return
6 hrs

Araucaria Lookout

An awesome but seldom visited lookout offering near 360 degree views along the Numinbah Valley.

Araucaria Lookout is named after the hoop pines Araucaria cunninghamii, which can be viewed from the lookout. These hoop pine communities are a living representative of the Jurassic Age (the age of the conifers) of about 180 million years ago.

At 18km return it's a long walk but on graded tracks so there are no navigational issues or bush bashing to worry about. There are a few ups and downs to contend with but nothing really steep or nasty. Allow 5-6 hours at a steady pace including time to enjoy the views.

5 km return
4 hrs

National Pass, Overcliff and Den Fenella Circuit

This grand tour of the Wentworth Falls area explores many waterfalls, lookouts and cliff edges. The walk has a lot of steps and runs beside fenced cliff edges, so walkers will need to be fit and comfortable with heights. The walk explores the historic National Pass, Wentworth falls, the Valley of the Waters and many other highlights. There is an optional side trip to the Conservation Hut for lunch, before returning to the start via the Overcliff walk and Den Fennella. A great way to explore the majestic views.

11.6 km return
3.5 hrs

Waterfall Creek Trail

Great Walk Trail and Forest Management trail leading to the Waterfall Creek.

2 km return
2 hrs

Table Top Loop

Table Top mountain on the edge of Toowoomba, provides views of the Lockyer Valley and surround. The climb itself can be quite demanding with a lot of large steps over the Camel's Hump and a scramble just before the summit. But the reward at the top, with a circuit all the way around, provides a spectacular vista.

Table Top is an area of high significance to the Traditional Owners, recognised in the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Register and protected under the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2003. You are respectfully requested to consider your decision to climb this mountain.

5.7 km return
105 mins

Strangler Cairn

The Strangler Cairn was made by world renounced artist Andy Goldsworthy. It is composed of granite blocks shaped together with a strangler fig planted in the top. Over time the roots of the fig should grow down over the cairn. The walk is consists of a short side track off the Conondale Great Walk which is between the Gold Mine track and the Artists Cascades. The main track is through sub-tropical rainforest and wet sclerophyll forest.

60 km one-way
3 days

Wilsons Promontory Southern Circuit

A 2-3 day circuit hiking the southern section of Wilsons Promontory National Park, heading south via Sealers Cove, Refuge Bay and Waterloo Bay to the Lightstation, and back to Tidal River via Oberon Bay. Fantastic hiking through a variety of landscapes and traversing a number of beautiful bays and beaches. Multiple camping spots can be booked on-line, and there is a cabin and dormitory at the Lightstation.

40 km return
3 days

Freycinet Circuit

A rewarding 2-3 day hike that combines picturesque bays, turquoise water and majestic views of the Tasmanian coast.

Very Easy
600 m return
20 mins

Cape Tourville Circuit

Headland walk with expansive ocean views, Freycinet coastline and Cape Tourville lighthouse.

44 km return
2 days

Robeys Farm

A very long day walk (or bike ride) from Darlington, or easily accessible in a day from Frenchs Farm / Encampment Cove campgrounds. The walk along a sandy track end at the Robeys Farm farmhouse, which is in pretty good condition and has a number of original artefacts inside the house.

22 km return
4 hrs

Haunted Bay

A very long day walk (or bike ride) from Darlington, or easily accessible from Frenchs Farm / Encampment Cove campgrounds. A fairly easy walk to a beautiful bay, which was a whaling site in the 1800s and is home to fairy penguins.