Footpaths Queensland

Walking trails in Queensland Queensland offers some of the most picturesque and bushwalking experience enjoyable Australia. There is such a variety of tours to choose from in the south-east Queensland, with broad shoulders, forests, waterfalls, mountains and vast plains all within easy driving distance of Brisbane.

Take the car to Cairns via Townsville and Rockhampton and you'll be on the road to incredible camping and hiking trails that are hidden treasures to discover. If you are an avid Walker bush, this is one of the best ways to enjoy go from one park to another with comfort and with great flexibility. Plan a rough itinerary ahead of time, with plenty of room to make changes along the way.

Most national parks of Queensland are closer to the coast and up and down the east coast of Australia. As the weather is mainly tropical, most of the time of year is ideal for out and enjoy some of the finest treasures hidden in the Sunshine State has to offer. Be careful in the middle of summer and bring plenty of water and sunscreen as temperatures can rise rapidly. You should also plan ahead if you are camping, with permits required in most national parks.

he highest mountain in Queensland, Mount Bartle Frere, is more advanced bushwalker, but the views are definitely worth it. Further north, there are tours that cover a few days in the famous Daintree Rainforest. You must carefully plan these visits as they take two to three days, but cover some incredible scenery.

Fraser Island and Hinchinbrook Island are both worth visiting for their long walks and spectacular scenery. The two largest islands of the National Park, they have rides for all fitness levels, from one day to five days Hinchinbrook. Carnarvon Gorge has fantastic walks for the whole family. With a large and well maintained campsite, you can go directly to your door to see some of the most spectacular views and natural rock formations. Closer to the southeast of Queensland, there are many national parks in each direction. Mount Barney is popular for locals and tourists in particular because it is the highest mountain in southern Queensland. Not for beginners, with the steep climb involved in some sections, however, the summit is worth the trek for a panoramic view of the surrounding coastal park. If you are looking for a lot of hiking in an area, Lamington National Park, located near the New South Wales border, is one of the best choices because there are many available for all fitness levels, lots of birds and wildlife, and covers a vast area of ​​tropical forest. There are a number of short walks that lead to incredible views, and there are a number of night walks for passionate hikers.

The Sunshine Coast offers amazing walks in the Great Sandy National Park. It covers some of the best sections of tropical forests and fresh water park and well worth the visit. The Hinterland Great Walk in the Sunshine Hinterland starts in Montville and meanders along some of the most spectacular mountain landscapes, including the famous Kondalilla Falls, ending in Mapleton forest. You can enjoy this walk in sections or complete the full seven hours of walking on some days.

This is only a handful of some incredible walking tracks available in Queensland. Maybe some choose and plan your driving holiday around them.

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