Get Out Get Active Sunshine Coast Bushwalks

Get Out Get Active Sunshine Coast Bushwalks

Review the walks below and register today!

Apr

15

to

Jun

03

Region
South East Queensland
Contact
Kurt Martin
Phone
(07) 5420 8671
Email
kurt.martin@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au
Web
http://www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

See More Information below for full details of each walk.

Sunday 15 April, 8:30am- Ubajee Walkers Camp Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk, Mapleton
This delightful walk is generally flat following fire trails and bush tracks to the Ubajee Walkers Camp and lookout with stunning views. Total distance approx. 10km.

Thursday 19 April, 8:45am- Mooloolah National Park, Sippy Downs
The park protects valuable remnants of coastal lowland habitat—rainforest, open eucalypt woodlands, melaleuca forests, wallum banksia woodlands, scribbly gum open forests, wallum heath and sedgelands. Total distance approx. 8.5 km.

Sunday 22 April, 9am- Kureelpa Falls, Mapleton National Park
A hidden gem, Kureelpa Falls draws water from the South Maroochy River before cascading over boulders and falling 30 metres into a hidden gorge. Total distance approx. 13km.

Sunday 29 April, 8:30am – Glass House Mountains Coochin Twins
Mt Coochin in the Glass House Mountains is the most northerly hill in the Glass House Mountains. The peaks provide some of the best views of the Glass House Mountains and surrounds. Total distance approx. 3 – 4km.

Wednesday 9 May, 9am – Mt Ninderry, Yandina
Walk is on combination of fire trail and track, with a circuit walk on the summit. Total distance approx. 4km.

Sunday 13 May, 8:30am – Trachyte Circuit, Glasshouse
Circuit walk around the base of Mt Tibrogargan. Walk is through woodlands and heathland and up to Jack Ferris lookout for a view of the other Glass House peaks. Total distance approx. 6km.

Sunday 13 May, 8:30am – Mt Tibberowooccuum, Glasshouse
Climb on rough track to the summit of this Glasshouse Peak. Total distance approx. 2km.

Thursday 17 May, 9am – The Kin Kin Countryside Look, Kin Kin
The walk will offer an array of changing scenery, intriguing sounds and distinctive smells. This trail is ideal for bird watching. Total distance approx. 14km.

Sunday 20 May, 9am – Kondalilla Falls Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk, Montville/Flaxton
This walk is from Baroon Pocket Dam to Kondalilla Falls and follows part of the 58.8 kilometre Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk. Total distance approx. 10km.

Sunday 27 May, 8:30am – Mystery Walk
Walkers for this walk will have walked at least two other activities including one of those graded medium / hard.

Sunday 3 June, 9am- Baxter Falls Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk, Mapleton
The walk is through bushland initially on flat fire trail, past Flaxton Walkers camp then into rainforest on a well graded but steep track down to Baxter Falls then a steep climb up a graded track to Suses Pocket Road. This walk will include a shuttle drop off at the start of the walk. Total distance approx. 6.2km.

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