Carnarvon Gorge

Rock walls towering above in the distance, walking up the main trail of Carnarvon Gorge

Hidden in the rugged ranges of Queensland’s central highlands, Carnarvon Gorge features towering sandstone cliffs, vibrantly coloured side gorges, diverse flora and fauna and Aboriginal rock art. Main Gorge Walking Trails There are no bus tours to get around the sights of Carnarvon Gorge. The only way to see the sights is to walk the … Read more

Mount Ninderry Walking Trail

Unvisited Brown Sign Queensland

Mount Ninderry is 304 metres above sea level. The walk is 1.4km each way, rising 130 metres from the car park to the summit. The trail is a formed natural track with steep sections and steps. The summit has two main lookout points, the eastern view to the coast, and the western view over Yandina … Read more

Dead Man’s Pass

Walking track across a creek, creek is running high almost over the ford, taken at Dead Man's Pass in Gawler, South Australia

Riverside shared pathways is a feature of Gawler with a series of trails called the River Path, or Tapa Pariara. Dead Man’s Pass is along the South Para River with paths connecting through to Clonlea Park on North Para River and Gawler River. Deadman’s Pass is a popular spot for picnics, strolling or cycling along … Read more

Scenic River Paths (Tapa Pariara Path)

Looking along North Para River from a bridge on the Scenic River Paths in Gawler

There are a lot of paths along the three rivers that meet at Gawler. The main walk is the Tapa Pariara Path, taking in the North Para River and South Para River. We are no aware of a specific location the brown sign for Scenic River Paths directs you to, so we have chosen the … Read more

Henrietta Creek

Nandroya Falls on the walk from Henrietta Creek Campground

Henrietta Creek runs through the Palmerston (Doongan) section of the Wooroonooran National Park, between Millaa Millaa and Innisfail in Tropical North Queensland. It is a grassy camping area beside the Henrietta Creek, suitable for tent, camper trailer, campervan and caravans. Walks From the Henrietta Creek camping ground, there are two walks you can take. The … Read more

Venman Bushland National Park

Picnic table and BBQ in Venman Bushland National Park

The Venman Bushland National Park is a conservation area with an easy bush walking trail, picnic area, wood BBQs and toilets. It is part of the Koala Bushland Coordinated Conservation Area. The national park features open eucalypt forest and sections of lowland rainforest in 415 hectares of bushland. The Koala Bushland Coordinated Conservation Area, or … Read more

Pioneer Park (Sunrise Dr)

Grass area beside a path and railing, at Pioneer Park near Maryborough

Pioneer Park is a reserve on the south side of the Mary River in Tinana of Maryborough. It is one of two brown signs leading to two different entrances of the reserve. The other brown sign is off Serenity Drive and heads into a more rugged bushland trail into the reserve. You can walk between … Read more

Russo Nature Park

Walking trail leading into the scrub, an information sign to the side in front of a Blue Gum

Russo Nature Park is an environmental reserve along Stockyard Creek near Childers, Queensland. The park contains a diversity of local native trees, shrubs and wildlife. The start of the trail begins at an odd place, on the opposite side of a bare field. The estate area around it looks new so it may fill in … Read more