Brisbane City Council Local Walks


Toohey Forest walk to Mt. Gravatt mountain

Popular Walks




Amazing rock formations, See what Brisbane bush originally looked liked.


Park at Toohey Forest and many walks lead from there


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No camping permitted in park


Contact details

Very Easy
2 km return
1 hr

Anstead Bushland Reserve

Mostly flat, very easy walking tracks, well signposted. Lots of local wildlife information along the walk and quiet a nice view out over the old quarry and Brisbane River.

1 km
18 mins

Banksia Track

This track rises to a knoll with westerly views. You will see grass trees and Australian native grasses. If you are lucky you may even see swamp wallabies feeding on the grass.

Very Easy
3 km return
1 hr

Beryl Roberts Park

Accessible toilet, barbecue (electric), bikeway network, dog off leash area (Arrunga Street), fitness station (Barham Street), picnic area (Barham Street), playground (Barham Street, Perina Street), public toilet (Barham Street), water (bubbler/tap)

2 km return
45 mins

Billai Dhagun Circuit

Billai Dhagun Circuit is part of the Boondall Wetlands, and after rain this walk can get quite wet. It is still quite an easy walk though. The name means 'Place of She-oaks', and you will see plenty of these here. There is a bird hide along the walk so that you can watch the water birds at the opening to Nundah Creek.

3.4 km return
1 hr

Bloodwood, She-oak, Mahogany and Ironbark Loop

Lovely Aussie scrub bush walk. Keep your eye out for koalas.

8.4 km return

Boondall Wetlands Bikeway

Walking and bike track leading from Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre to Nudgee Road.

Very Easy
1 km return
30 mins

Bowie Flats Wetlands

Located in the Suburb of Coorparoo there is a little hidden treasure to walk around. Take a look.

Have a look at the Video.

Very Easy
3.5 km return
1 hr

Brisbane Koala Bushlands

A pleasant walk in bushland that takes about 1 hour. You are likely to have the walk to yourself and see wallabies and various bird species.

8 km return
90 mins

Brisbane River Walk

This is my taken pathway: Fortitude Valley, New Farm, Riverwalk, Kangaroo Point on a sunny hot day! It took me 1.5h equivalent to 10k & 11,000 steps

900 m return
35 mins

Crebra Circuit

A circuit made up of forestry & fire trails can be joined behind the Ironbark Gully picnic area or near the toilets, or at the city end of the car park, or at the Lomandra car park. It climbs from Ironbark Gully up to the ridgeline, with side trails down to Lomandra and back to the carpark. Drinking water is available at the picnic ground.