Walking trails

Whether it's a short leisurely stroll or a longer and more challenging hike, walking is a great way to discover our rugged coastline, sand islands, rainforests, beaches, outback and urban environments. And we connect you with diverse landscapes to explore on foot at your own pace or on one of our guided tours with a local expert.


Brilliant Experiences

Magnetic Island

Magnetic Island’s walking trails offer spectacular lookouts, environments and wildlife. With a 26km network of trails, you’ll find many vantage points that boast stunning views of bays and beaches. The most famous, Fort’s Walk, combines magical views with fascinating WWII history and regular koala sightings.

Nth Stradbroke Island

Walk the world-famous North Gorge Headland Walk at Point Lookout. It’s famous for its amazing views from the boardwalk as it loops around the headland, and it’s a perfect opportunity to spot kangaroos, dolphins, turtles, manta rays and much more.

K"gari (formerly Fraser Island)

A great way to find more about K'gari's (formerly Fraser Island) wilderness and native species is on a walking tour. You’ll learn about the island’s fauna and flora, aboriginal culture, bush tucker and bush medicines and the European history of K'gari.

Bruny Island

Bruny Island offers some magnificent wilderness walks where you’ll come across a range of local wildlife including the elusive white wallaby.