Central Queensland


Central Queensland goes the entire length from the east coast to western Queensland.

Popular Walks


Any interesting history for the region?


Like the rest of QLD the majority of stuff to do is on the East coast. With some jumpups heading out west in the desert country.


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Council Areas:

  1. Diamantina Shire
  2. Boulia Shire
  3. Winton Shire
  4. Barcoo Shire
  5. Blackall Tambo Regional 
  6. Longreach Regional
  7. Barcaldine Regional
  8. Central Highlands REgional
  9. Banna Shire
  10. Gladstone Regional
  11. Rockhampton Regional 

Contact details

See QLD national Parks for information

2.3 km return
90 mins

Bluff Point Walking Track

Good enjoyable walk, I'd say it a medium difficulty level for beginners. Use to run it everyday with incredible lookouts over to the islands and overall an enjoyable time.

1.4 km return
45 mins

Bracken Fern Way

A short walk at the top of Mt Archer to a lookout over southern Rockhampton.

15 km
4 hrs

Curtis Island

This walk takes you along the eastern coastline of Curtis Island, starting from South End. There are two established camp sites along the eastern coast (Turtle St - about 15km, and Joey Lees - about 29km), and another at the northern end (Yellow Patch). This is a fairly exposed walk, along the beach in some areas and along the top of the headland in others. It would be much too hot in summer. The views are pretty spectacular the whole way and it is not busy at all - we walked on a long weekend and met one group of 4WD'ers, and no other walkers. There are no facilities along the way- you will need to bring all of your own water.

2.1 km return
45 mins

Discovery Trail

This circular walk around Agnes Water Headland, including its Lookout, provides great views north up Agnes Water Beach to 1770 Headland and to the south along Chinaman's Beach.

800 m return
40 mins

Double Head - Northern Peak

A steep climb up the northern peak of Double Head at Rosslyn near Yeppoon.

700 m return
40 mins

Double Head Track

This is a council maintained track up the southern peak of Double Head at Rosslyn near Yeppoon. It takes you to Fan Rock and a lookout towards the northern Peak.

720 m return
30 mins

Ganoonga Noonga Lookout

Enjoy a short, steep climb to panoramic views over the eastern lowlands and mountain ranges to the west.
Pass through grassy, open woodland with bloodwood trees and rusty gums on this steep lookout walk. With sensational views over the surrounding coastal lowlands, the steep trip is well worth the effort—just make sure you bring your camera!
From the vantage point 60m above sea level, you can view the Ganoonga Noonga (low grounds) of swamps and heath that cover the parallel dunes below.
Enjoy sweeping vistas of Munro Range to the west, and Bray Hills and Bustard Bay to the north. Keen eyes might also spy Bustard Head Lighthouse on the rocky headlands to the north.

850 m return
30 mins

Grass Tree Trail

From the Fraser Park amphitheatre, stroll through open forest to Grasstree lookout. Catch panoramas of the Fitzroy River along the way. Enjoy views of the three peaks of Mount Badger, Sleipner and Berserker from the lookout.

2 km return
45 mins

Healing Circle White Station

Short walk to healing circle

1.9 km return
1 hr

Humpy Island Ridgetop Trail

A rough track with an intial steep section, leaves from the camping area and takes you through the island's different habitats. Views from the island's high points are spectacular. Don't forget to look for marine life such as whales, dolphins and large fish in the surrounding waters. Looking north from the ridge top you will see Halfway Island and Cathedral Rock between Humpy and Great Keppel Island.