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Hard
21 km
2 days

Aquila Loop

D'Aguilar National Park
32km away 

Remote bush camping in the remote middle section of the park, alongside picturesque England Creek at the England Creek bush camp. There are several waterholes along England Creek Road, 10 minutes south of the campsite. Look out for native daisies along the road edge flowering spring to summer. Pink rock orchids and tongue orchids can be seen growing on rock cuttings on Joyners Ridge Road in spring.

This trail can also be done as a day hike (6-10 hours).

Medium
60 km return
4 days

Moreton Island Traverse From Tangalooma

Moreton Island National Park
48km away 

one way loop can be undertaken in either direction
Start where the Ferry drops you off just North of Tangalooma. Walk down to Tangalooma and along the beach till the turn off for the Desert (there's a hazard beacon on the hill). Continue through the desert to the far side then continue along the Rous Battery track (9.8kms). Next day after exploring bunkers head straight North along the beach on the East side of the island. Next is to head along middle road then turn north where mount tempest can be climbed then continue along telegraph track (16Kms) then through to Buwler. Then from the North West corner of the island back south along the western shoreline to the ferry.

undertaken over 4 days

Medium
50 km one-way
3 days

Sandy Dandy Hike

Moreton Island National Park
55km away 

This is a shorter version of the other submitted walk on this island (Moreton Island Traverse).

If you want to see beautiful beaches, lovely lagoons, capacious capes, comfy camps and to fill every crevice on your body with sand then this walk is for you!

This walk will take you to Moreton Island's beaches, camp sites, lighthouse, inland trails, Mt Tempest, blue lagoon, the wrecks and Tangalooma Resort.

Medium
55 km return
3 days

Moreton Island Traverse

Moreton Island National Park
55km away 

A long sand walk that starts at Bulwer in the North and finishes at reeders Point south of Kooringal. walking both on beach and inland trails.

Hard
47 km one-way
4 days

Scenic Rim Trail

Main Range National Park
80km away 

The Scenic Rim Trail is a new 4-day/3-night hike near Brisbane. Our group didn’t find the DES website information particularly helpful so thought we’d add some details we would liked to have known for future hikers.

Hard
58 km
4 days

Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk

Kondalilla National Park
87km away 

Warm subtropical rainforest, tall open eucalypt forest and picturesque waterfalls in secluded areas of the Blackall Range feature on this 58 km four day walk, with bush campsites. Day visitors can access short half-day and full-day walks within the Great Walk route.

Medium
54 km one-way
3 days

Great Walk! Gold Coast Hinterland

Lamington National Park
87km away 

A walk from Green Mountains via Binna Burra to Springbrook National Park. Passes massive stands of Antartic Beach, glorious lookouts and magic waterfalls.

Very Hard
40 km one-way
3 days

Numinbah Gap to Christmas Creek

Lamington National Park
91km away 

A challenging 2-day or 3-day hike along the QLD/NSW border.

2-day option: camp at Echo Point
3-day option: camp at Bithongabel and Point Lookout

A good challenge for experienced walkers with good experience and navigation skills. Points of interest along the way include Bushranger's Cave, Mt Wagawn, Mt Hobwee, Dacelo Lookout, Merino Lookout, Bithongabel Lookout, Echo Point Lookout, Point Lookout, and the Stinson Crash.

This walk can be done in either direction. In any case, you will either have to do a car shuffle or very nicely ask friends or family to do a drop-off and pick-up.

Make sure that you take a PLB and proper emergency provisions (first aid kit, shelter, wet weather gear, warm clothes, extra food rations etc.).

Hard
20.5 km one-way
2 days

Stretcher Track

Lamington National Park
92km away 

Long considered a "classic" walk in South East Queensland this walk retraces the route taken by the rescue party for the survivors of the Stinson plane crash. It is not maintained by QPWS and is extremely overgrown once the main plateau is reached. A compass and a topographical map is essential as visibility is extremely limited in the rainforest even if you are not walking through low cloud and the track is to all intensive purposes non existent on the plateau.

Very Hard
37.5 km return
2 days

Running Creek Falls Via Stinson Track

Lamington National Park
92km away 

Running Creek Falls Campsite via Stretcher Track
Christmas creek road..
-to Westrays Grave
-to Stinson Remote Bush Camp
-to Point Lookout Bush Camp
-to Running Creek Bush Camp
-to Falls
-to car at Gap Creek Road