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 Bald Head via Hat Head bushwalk starts with a gentle ascent of Hat Hill, before following the ridge to the end. Two cliff-top vantage points on Bald Head offer spectacular Grose Valley views.
A loop walk down the Sassafas Gully and back via the Sassafras Ridge Trail, which passes Clarinda Falls and the spectacular Numantia Falls. A short section is off-track.
An exploratory walk in the Wollemi NP led by Yuri, which explores the gullies and ridges north of Little Tootie off the Bowen Hill Trail.
A mostly off-track bushwalk near Brooklyn, this loop walk ascends Peak Hill from the eastern side, before returning via Sandy Bay and Dead Horse Bay (a more challenging route on the western side).
An interesting and scenic loop along Glenbrook Creek and Kanuka Brook, returning via the Red Hands Cave Track. It includes a side-trip to the spectacular Crayfish Pool and Grey Hat Falls.
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.