Popular Walks

Walks in Toowoomba

1.9 km one-way
1 hr

Pardalote Walk

A short walk around Picnic Point Parklands

7.5 km one-way
2.5 hrs

East Creek Park

An easy walk through connecting parks along the reserve of East Creek in Toowoomba.

1.7 m return
45 mins

Fantail Walk

This walk is partly paved and has some stairs. It is great for bird watching and has views out to the South East and Mt Table Top.

2.12 km one-way
50 mins

Firetail Walk

This is one of the short walks from Picnic Point in Toowoomba.

1.5 km one-way

Hell Hole Track and Falls

A short steep track through bush to a little creek and falls.

3 km return
40 mins

Highfields Falls

Short walk to the top and bottom of small falls . There’s three starting points that ultimately lead to the falls. Small creek crossing (paved).

3.4 km return
90 mins

Mt Peel Summits

A great walk, with some steep rough rock climbs to the southern and northern summits of Mt Peel with 360° of the Toowoomba landscape from Drayton it its west.

12 km return
4 hrs

Picnic Point to Table Top

A terrific hike from the waterfall at Picnic Point to Table Top Mountain and return. Challenging in some sections of Table Top with rock scrambling and lots of gravel. The return trip to Picnic Point is also hilly. 12k is an approximate distance. You can add to this or shorten the walk with a few different options.

6 km
2 hrs

Redwood National Park

Nice walk around the range at the base of Toowoomba. Not overly steep at any point but there is the occasional log to dodge.

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.