The Best Hiking Trails Around Brisbane
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The Best Hiking Trails Around Brisbane

Start your weekend off the right way – Go hiking! We have collected some of the best trails to get that heart pumping and all just a stone’s throw away from central Brisbane. Whether you walk every day or have never done one before there is a trek for everyone.

 

Python Rock Track – 3.1 km

Walking tracks summary | Lamington National Park | Parks and forests | Department of Environment and Science, Queensland (des.qld.gov.au)

Jaw-dropping views of the surrounding landscapes this trek is sure to impress even those experienced hikers. Meander along to the lookout and make sure that the camera is ready.

 

Morans Falls Track – 4.4 km

Walking tracks summary | Lamington National Park | Parks and forests | Department of Environment and Science, Queensland (des.qld.gov.au)

With sweeping valley views and surrounded by rainforests it’s hard to remember that you are anywhere near civilization. This 4 km trail 110 ks away from the city is perfect for that one-day getaway or for a longer stay the Lamington national park has spectacular multiday options .

 

Twin Falls Circuit – 4 km

Journeys | Springbrook National Park | Parks and forests | Department of Environment and Science, Queensland (des.qld.gov.au)

If you are a lover of waterfalls then this is the trek for you. Amid various types of rainforests and vegetation make your way behind the falls and pass some stunning waterholes!

 

Kondalilla Falls circuit – 4.7 km

Things to do | Kondalilla National Park | Parks and forests | Department of Environment and Science, Queensland (des.qld.gov.au)

Begin this trek trailing past rock pools and swimming holes but make sure to have a short rest at the bottom because on the way back up the stairs are plentiful! 300 in fact!

 

Coomera Circuit – 17.4 km

Walking tracks summary | Lamington National Park | Parks and forests | Department of Environment and Science, Queensland (des.qld.gov.au)

With 17 km of stunning track, this walk requires a decent amount of energy. Stepping from rock to rock over one of many river crossings make sure to wear suitable shoes and take care to check the weather before attempting!

 

Albert River Circuit – 21.8 km

Albert River circuit | Lamington National Park | Parks and forests | Department of Environment and Science, Queensland (des.qld.gov.au)

You will navigate the QLD/NSW border on this 7-hour journey through lush rainforests. With a winding path down and a long incline back up this walk is a must-do for all nature lovers. 

 

With plenty to choose from, there is no excuse not to get out and about and experience some of the best Queensland has to offer. 

 

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