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Walks

Put your walking shoes on and explore what nature has to offer. Australia is the land of challenge for walkers and there is a walk suitable for all Adventure Walkers. Click to download local walks map & locations map.

  • Linda Garrett Reserve Circuit

    Linda Garrett Reserve Circuit

    The walk is through wet Eucalypt forest and a Palm grove along tracks and a boardwalk.  It returns along a forest management trail.  Car parking available on Delicia Road.

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  • Mapleton Falls & Wompoo Circuit – 1.3km

    Mapleton Falls & Wompoo Circuit – 1.3km

    Superb lookout next to car park with wheelchair access – picnic area and 1.3km circuit – spectacular views of  waterfall and rainforest valley below.  Listen for the Wompoo Fruit Dove calling from its treetop feeding sights.

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  • Gardner’s Falls – 1km

    Gardner’s Falls – 1km

    Drive to the car park on the banks of the Obi Obi Creek – a short level walk down stream to the falls.  A popular picnic spot and a large pool at the base of the falls.

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  • Mary Cairncross Park – 1.2km to 1.75km

    Mary Cairncross Park – 1.2km to 1.75km

    One of the best remnants of subtropical rainforest in Auystralia with amazing views across to the Glasshouse Mountains and an excellent education centre.  The Park has some very large trees which attract a rich variety of birds.  Many rare and threatened tree species flourish in this park and the...

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  • Hinterland Great Walk

    Hinterland Great Walk

    The start of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk.  This 58km walk crosses the Maleny-Mapleton plateau and the Blackall Range.  Towering Bunya Pines, rushing waterfalls and rugged, scarred landscapes are some of the natural wonders to be discovered.  There are a number of walks from 2 to 7 hours. ...

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  • Kondalilla Falls Walks – 2.4km to 4.6km

    Kondalilla Falls Walks – 2.4km to 4.6km

    From the car park to the picnic area and toilets is a steep concrete pathe – not wheelchair friendly.  The walk to the top of the Falls – the Picnic Creek Circuit – is 2.4km, allow 45 minutes as the steps back up are quite steep.  There is a...

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