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Name Date Difficulty Distance/Duration
Point Pure (Brooyar State Forest)
30 Dec, 2018
Very Easy
150m
6 mins
Peaceful spot, good variety in the area for abseiling and climbing.
Big Bend (Carnarvon National Park)
30 Dec, 2018
Hard
19.4km return
8 hrs
Worth the walk, but Big Bend itself was a bit of a letdown after the highlights along the rest of the walk.
Rainforest Circuit (Daintree National Park)
30 Dec, 2018
Easy
5km return
90 mins
Beautifully stewarded area.
Hooker Valley Track (South Island NZ)
Nov, 2018
Medium
10.3km return
3 hrs
Well-maintained walk, stunning in any weather. Gentle gradients only, and would recommend for any fitness level.
Mt Maroon (Mt Barney National Park)
2018
Hard
6km return
5 hrs
Excellent variety of bushland, and plenty of fun scrambling. It is easy to miss the turnoff into the gully, however. Keep a keen eye out!
Daves Creek Circuit (Lamington National Park)
2018
Medium
12km return
4 hrs
Variety of fauna and terrain. Saw my first land mullet - frighted the daylights out of me initially thinking it was some type of snake. The little cave halfway is a surprising find. Good views.
Mt Cordeaux (Main Range National Park)
2018
Medium
6.8km
2.5 hrs
Jurassic views and fantastic lookouts.
Mt Barney - East Peak - Up South-East - Down South (Mt Barney Summit)
2017
Very Hard
13km return
9 hrs
Lots of fun rock scrambing and hopping towards the top. Probably took us 9-10 hours with ample stops to enjoy the views. Allow an early and full day coming from Brisbane.
Cedar Creek Falls (Tamborine National Park)
2017
Easy
1km return
30 mins
Not the place to go for peace and tranquility, but clearly a popular swimming and diving spot. Easy concreted paths.
Mount Bartle Frere - Eastern Approach (Wooroonooran National Park)
2017
Very Hard
15km return
12 hrs
Definitely try for a dry day if you can - it's a choice between leeches and none. Did this one (after ditching the first leech-laden attempt and coming back on a dry day) over a solid 10 hours. Plenty of creek crossings to start with, and towards the top the walk opens up into a grand boulder jungle, well kitted with hand-holds/foot holds where needed. Shorter people and kids might need a bit of a hand in some parts though.