One of the best day walks in Brisbane Water National Park, the Tunnel Trail and Rocky Ponds Trail passes waterfalls, cascades and swimming holes. The Icicles at the end of the bushwalk offers great views over Brisbane Water,
A dog-friendly and family-friendly bushwalk along a firetrail to Calabash Point. At the end of the trail are the fascinating ruins of the Fretus Hotel, built around 1900 and abandoned by 1920.
An interesting and scenic loop bushwalk in the Brisbane Water National Park, which visits the Woy Woy Waterfall (or Trough Waterfall) and the Mount Wondabyne summit.
An off-track loop bushwalk in the D’Arcy Range in Wollemi National Park, exploring the valleys and rock shelters for Aboriginal art.
A pleasant half-day walk from Woy Woy Road, this bushwalk takes you past some nice views before visiting the intriguing Woy Woy Snake, a 50m-long stone arrangement.
An easy walk along Coba Ridge via the Neverfail Fire Trail to Collingridge Point, which has nice views over Berowra Creek. A more challenging side-trip visits an Aboriginal rock art site and the Coba trig station.
A popular Daintree bushwalk, the Mossman Gorge Rainforest Circuit passes a swimming hole on the Mossman River, many giant fig trees and cascades along Rex Creek.
A partly off-track loop in Brisbane Water Natonal Park, exploring Aboriginal engraving sites around the Corrumbine Creek Fire Trail.
A short walk in the Chillagoe-Mungana Caves National Park, exploring two self-guided caves and Balancing Rock, an enormous limestone boulder. Near Balancing Rock is one of two accessible Aboriginal art sites in the Chillagoe Caves area.