This walk begins at Mountain Ck Car park within Tidbinbilla nature Reserve. The track is a fire trail, Quite steep at first then becoming moderate until 'Camels Back' (signed) beyond this a 500 mtr, unmarked but quite well defined track will lead you to the summit. The veiws of Canberra and surrounds from this last section are spectacular. Well worth the $10 reserve entrance fee (unless you get there between 730 and 9 am.
This walk starts at Tidbinbilla Visitors Centre, heading toward Birrigai and up to Eliza Saddle then onto the peak, which is an amazing granite formation offering spectacular veiws over the ACT. return to Eliza Saddle and decend to Dalsetta, then enjoy a meandering strole back to the visitors centre via Sheedys Picnic area and Congwarra trail.
Bald Rock is the largest granite monolith in Australia, situated near the Queensland New South Wales Border just north of Tenterfield. The relatively short walk provides great views of surrounding Bald Rock National Park and neighbouring Girraween National Park.
Take a (more) gentle walk up the Eastern side of Bald Rock.
Little Bald Rock
This smaller granite dome provides good views of Bald Rock and Girraween National Park.
Barron Falls lookout
A lovely little board walk with many information signs to a spectacular waterfall (especially in the wet season).
Glacier Rock via Douglas Track
A walk through rainforest to an ancient glacier rock with amazing views for a good chunk of it.
This historic track links Wright's Lookout to the Douglas Track, taking you from Kuranda down the Barron River Gorge. It provides views of the gorge from the southern side, seldom seen by the visitor unless they take the train down.
Stony Creek Weir track
Nice little walk along a beautiful creek to swimming holes
A beautiful lookout over the Barron Gorge national park down to the Cairns' bay.