Latest Walks

1 km one-way
30 mins

Western Escarpment walking track

Get back to nature on Western Escarpment walking track in Sydney's Malabar Headland National Park, near Maroubra. This short track through native heath boasts coastal views, bird life and wildflowers.

6.4 km one-way
2 hrs

Noosa to Sunshine Beach - Coastal Track

A beautiful coastal track from Noosa National Park H.Q. to Sunshine Beach Surf Club. Via Hells Gates and Alexandria Bay nudie beach!
It was very windy but the view was just so beautiful !

Very Easy
4.3 km return
80 mins


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There are various walking trails and guided tours offered at Redlands IndigiScapes Centre. Most areas are wheelchair friendly. You can have a picnic or BBQ in the vast grounds or enjoy a meal at our Tea Garden, set on an open verandah overlooking the bushland.

4.42 km return
5 hrs

Branch Creek

From the Stony Creek day use area, the junction of Branch Creek with Stony Creek is at the main swimming hole. Branch Creek goes west from here. Can be very slippery after wet weather. Lots of rock hopping, and a few places to climb waterfalls.

7.2 km return
2 hrs

Currimundi Lake to Bokarina - SCCP 5

A deviation from the official SCCP, that takes you across Currimundi Lake exit to the sea and up through the coastal health of the Conservation Park before rejoining the pathway up to Bokarina.

2.5 km return
1 hr

Kureelpa Falls

A hidden gem in the Mapleton National Park, with water from the South Maroochy River cascading over boulders before falling 30m into a hidden gorge.

10.5 km return
5 hrs

Montserrat Lookout and Upper Portals circuit

An awesome day out taking in these two spectacular locations, enjoying the amazing views of Mt Barney from Montserrat Lookout, and exploring the Portals. There are a couple of leg-burning climbs involved, but the rewards are worth it.

13.9 km
5.5 hrs

West Canungra Creek Circuit

The circuit descends to 'Yerralahla' (blue pool) passing by some large rainforest trees including red cedar Toona ciliata, and then follows the creek for most of its length, crossing it several times. Eels inhabit the West Canungra Creek. They bite when threatened and injuries have occurred. Creek crossings may be difficult to navigate and the circuit might not be obvious in places. Take particular care at creek crossings, especially after rain. Check track conditions with a ranger before you leave. The circuit exits via the Box Forest circuit.

10.4 km
4.5 hrs

Northbrook Mtn bush camp walk

Remote bush camping on a high ridge overlooking Kipper Creek in wet sclerophyll forest. Northbrook Mountain summit is approximately a 15-minutes walk from the campsite. The summit affords extensive views looking south across the England Creek catchments and is covered in mountain heath, where wildflowers bloom between winter and spring.
Some areas thick with bell miners but away from them plenty of other species.

There is a much nice alternate, albeit less obvious or well trodden route to the lookout near the camp.

Follow the path as normal - once you see the sign AS0361 there is a steep(ish) oot track on the left. If you download What3words the exact location (revisited.sharks.silent). This route is slower going and often quiet steep but considerably more scenic off the 4wd 🚙 track.

If taking it from the lookout, just follow the ridge line at the lookout and you’ll notice a footpath. The Initial descent is tricky but don’t let that scare you off. Once you get going the scenery is great.

400 m return
30 mins

Unicorn Falls

A lovely hidden waterfall nestled in Mount Jerusalem National Park with a great waterhole for a swim.

13 km return
4 hrs

Little Dandahra Creek Walking Track

13km relatively easy return walk (Grade 3). Can be started at the Dandahra picnic area car park, or drive on to Mulligan's campground and start the walk from there. We parked at the Dandahra picnic area which is just off the highway. This is a lovely track which follows the beautiful flowing Dandahra Creek. Plenty of spots to dip your toes in. Bring a hat on this walk as there isn't much tree cover, this area has been affected by bush-fires last year and is regenerating. There are interesting boulder formations along the way. This walk is largely flat with only a few steeper sections, overall it is an easy 13km return. Mulligan's campground is a great spot for lunch.

From Parks NSW website; "Little Dandahra Creek walking track is the ideal way to get acquainted with the landscape of Gibraltar Range National Park. This superb walking track leads you past enormous granite outcrops, through montane heathlands and alongside pristine waterways. Take a break and soak in the cool running waters and natural pools of Little Dandahra Creek, where you’ll feel dwarfed by the magnificent rocky landscape. Keep your binoculars close for birdwatching, there are many birds that feed and breed in the area.

This track is great for those looking to go hiking for the first time as it is quite an easy day’s trek. Mulligans campground awaits you at the other end where you can set up a tent and put the billy on to boil."

45 km return
4.5 days

Gibraltar-Washpool World Heritage Walk

The heritage loop walk can be joined and exited at numerous points along its length. A range of flora from sub alpine to temperate rainforest and heath. Wildflowers displays are prolific. Reptiles are numerous. Many granite outcrops to explore with the Haystack and Dandahra Crags being two of the best. The distance stated does not include side trips. Plenty of creeks and swimming holes.

16 km return
6 hrs

Mount Solitary

This day hike takes you on the Golden Stairs, past the Ruined Castle rock formation, and a rock scrabble up to Mount Solitary. Amazing views of the across Jamison's Valley and surrounding areas. Like all the guidebooks and signs say, this is for experienced bushwalkers and I would highly recommend not doing it solo due to the exposure during the scrabble up to Mount Solitary. If you feel like walking a little further, there are aboriginal cave paintings at Chinaman's Gap. Please be respectful and follow all instructions on the signs.

400 m return
15 mins

Melaleuca Circuit

Delight in the wetlands of cabbage palms, paperbarks and eucalypt forests fringing the delta lakes of the upper Noosa River.

Very Easy
1.1 km return
30 mins

Lota Creek Circuit

Part of the Bayside Parklands ..

This circuit walkway, of which part is a boardwalk, links the formal parkland areas of Lota to the natural reserve areas of Ransome. It passes across Lota Creek, past saltmarshes and paperbark forests before entering the dry eucalypt forest common to this area.

Suited to: walking, wheelchair assisted
Habitat: mangroves, saltmarshes, dry eucalypt and paperbark forests
Must: walk the boardwalk

6.8 km
2.5 hrs

Mt Cordeaux/Bare Rock

Mt Cordeaux forms the Northern side of Cunningham's Gap. The track ends at a platform just below the main peak and is ideal for viewing South, down the length of Main Range National Park. There are also good views of the Moogerah Peaks, Mt Barney and North to the Mistake Mountains.

4.4 km return
90 mins

Clagiraba Creek Trail

The Clagiraba Creek trail (5.3 kilometres return from the Bellis Road entrance) takes you deep into the green tranquillity of subtropical rainforests. It's possible to access the Clagiraba Creek trail from Barcoo Court, but be prepared for a more challenging route with steeper hills, popular with mountain bike riders and horse riders.

Very Hard
19 km one-way
7 hrs

Boonah to Ipswich Trail

This trail forms the backbone of all trails in the Conservation Estate, and connects the two picnic areas. It caters for hiking, horse riding and recreational touring (mountain bike riding). At 38 km return, this trail becomes challenging. Experienced walkers would need to start early in the morning to complete a return trip, requiring at least a 10 to 14 hour day. Note that the conservation estate is open between the hours of 6am and 6pm. Alternatively, a 19km one way walk could be considered for those who can organise travel/accommodation arrangements at the other end. Rugged mountain scenery, views to the coast from Mt Flinders, creek crossings and diverse landscapes such as dry rainforest and heath will reward you.

Very Hard
12 km return
7 hrs

Mt Castle

Mt Castle is situated North of the more iconic Mt Cordeaux along the Great Dividing Range. Though you technically lose elevation making your way from the carpark to the summit don't let this fool you, it is a very long and challenging hike. There are sections of scrambling along exposed cliffs, bush bashing and steep inclines in either direction. That being said, the walk has some of the best views of the Great Dividing Range.

7.6 km return
3 hrs

Baxter Falls - Southern Approach

This walk leads through open eucalypt forest, past rocky outcrops and down the side of the gorge to Baxter Creek with its suspension bridge and beautiful waterfall.