Coochiemudlo Island Walk

Moreton Island National Park

Starting from the jetty walk onto the island then turn right. Follow the trail markers around the island, some on street, but mostly bush tracks.

Heritage Sites
Picnic Facilities

Getting there

Ferry from Victoria Point to Coochiemudlo Island. Walk starts from getting of from Ferry.


UBD, Brisway

Route/Trail notes

The walk starts from the ferry and walks along the jetty onto the island. Turn right or left and follow the foreshore with signs marking the Coochiemudlo Trail. Shere there is a choice to ascend or stay low, stay low. Many sights passed, liked scarred trees from canoe making, middens, Flinders Landing site and Flinders Lookout. Highest point is 20 metres. many different vegetation types on the Island, including orchids. Parts of the bush overgrown with asparagus fern.


Ferry cost $6.00 adult $3.00 concession/child one way.

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Several types of beaches as you walk around the island-red rock, sand, mangroves, shells, driftwood, sand.

Wanderlust on 4 Sep, 2022

Not very long to walk around the island. The residents are very friendly.

Penny on 28 May, 2022

Not very long to walk around the island. The residents are very friendly.

Penny on 28 May, 2022

Very easy walk. Absolutely fine in overcast/slightly rainy weather. Enjoyable with some views.

Jade on 1 May, 2021

Such a nice walk: forest, wetland, beach and road. Great signage with info about the local area as you go, plenty of toilets and drinking fountains too. A Cafe just after the start of the walk and one at the end. Ferry was $10 per adult return. We took our baby in a carrier and stopped for morning tea at the top of the island, and lunch at a Cafe at the end.

Leith on 18 Jul, 2020

Cute place to stroll around. Sleepy little getaway.

Caroline on Jul, 2020

A very enjoyable walk with enough shade for even a hot day. Dogs are not allowed through the wetland section but you could probably bypass that if you needed to. Lovely day trip with a cooling swim at the end.

Bobbe on 8 Jan, 2020

Nice easy walk around the island. Took the early morning ferry across. Heaps of little beaches you can swim at. No high waves or anything so if you like that kinda of swimming you will love it. Some beautiful views across the water at the other islands. Only one cafe there which opens at 7:30 a.m

To start the hike head towards your right when you get off the ferry you can either follow the path or walk along the little beach. All in all an easy stroll

Ashwin on 31 Dec, 2017

Ferry is now $5. After about 2 minutes of this walk you get to a big sign saying no dogs allowed.

Bill on 1 Aug, 2017

Nice dry walk, although patches could get wet in wet weather and king tides.

GlasshouseBW on 27 Sep, 2015

Great to do

drewmac on Jan, 2006


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