A spectacular bushwalk through the Carnarvon Gorge in Central Queensland, the Main Track passes narrow slot canyons, two incredible Aboriginal art sites and a lookout over the gorge. The Main Track can be done as a long day-walk, an overnight walk or split over a couple of days.
The only “must do” bushwalk in the Mount Moffat section of Carnarvon National Park, the Maranoa River circuit track passes by The Chimneys and the Looking Glass, and a spectacular Aboriginal rock art site (The Tombs).
The popular Gudda Gumoo is the best bushwalk in the Blackdown Tableland National Park, featuring views into the gorge, waterfalls and a spectacular set of rockpools.
Goon Goon Dina is an easy and pleasant circuit in Blackdown Tableland National Park, which passes the Ghungalu rock art site. The bushwalk has signage explaining the park’s history and how the Aboriginal people use plants for food and shelter.
A short but incredibly scenic bushwalk on the Capricorn Coast, near Yeppoon. The Bluff Point circuit has three formal lookouts which all offer sweeping coast views.
The short Mount Etna Caves Walk finishes at the Bat Cleft, where over 100,000 little bent-winged bats stream out in search of food at sunset. It must be done as a ranger-guided tour from December to mid-February.
Two separate, paved bushwalking trails (which start at same place) take you to the rocky Pebble Beach and two viewpoints on Double Head. An informal track goes to the summit of the wee Pebble Beach Peak for more great views,
A loop bushwalk which passes The Lookout and traverses Mount Wyndham, before returning via the Leeke Homestead. Some of the best Great Keppel Island views and a glimpse into the island’s brutal history.
This 8km loop through the Mt Coot-tha Reserve combines fire trails and bushwalking trails. It passes West Ithaca Creek and East Ithaca Creek, and both of the waterfalls in the reserve.