Mt Coot-tha’s Summit Circuit combines the original scenic and highly popular Summit Track with the Mahogany Trail
Venman Bushland National Park is 415 hectares of preserved bushland in Mount Cotton with 2 popular walking tracks to choose from
The Old Quarry in Daisy Hill is a hidden oasis, surrounded by a myriad of walking trails and mountain bike tracks
Creekside Park is at the heart of a pleasant and serene 1-hour green belt walk connecting the back streets of Kenmore to Brookfield, and one that is a bit of a local’s secret
Curtis Falls Circuit is the quintessential and popular Mt Tamborine walk - a moderate grade circuit of just 1.5km return that passes through gorgeous lush rainforest
Natural Bridge is the jewel in the Gold Coast hinterland crown, a heavenly cave like rock formation in Springbrook National Park
This former quarry site, saved from development by the community and Logan City Council, is now a slice of paradise in the middle of suburbia
Along with its many well-trodden bush, bay and river walks, Brisbane’s suburbs and surrounds are also awash with hidden walking trails that only the locals know about.
Kondalilla Falls National Park occupies a stunning corner of the Blackall Ranges in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. The highlight of any visit is a refreshing
One of the great things about living in Brisbane is the variety of accessible scenic walks both in the city and on its doorstep
Salisbury, a mid-southern suburb of Brisbane has a fascinating history as a World War II ammunition manufacturing zone - join this free guided walk to discover the wartime secrets within its streets.
Bunyaville Conservation Park is a true wildlife sanctuary right in the middle of Brisbane suburbia with well maintained tracks
Cornubia Forest Park is a delightful lush oasis of fig and gum treed bushland with a wide easy grade paved path cutting through its base, that is ideal for walking, cycling, prams and wheelchairs.
Visit parks, cafes and heritage listed buildings on this easy walking tour of Mitchelton in Brisbane's north.
Just 15 minutes from Ipswich is Purga Nature Reserve, a very pleasant place to pop in to if you’re in the area, with two Class 2 tracks for easy level walking.
The Brisbane Riverwalk is one of Brisbane’s absolute must do’s – a water highway for pedestrians and cyclists jutting out along the most scenic tract of Brisbane river between New Farm and Brisbane CBD.

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

The Brisbane Comedy Festival returns in February
Take a murder mystery train ride in the restored Sunlander Dining carriages
Girls' Day Out returns to heritage-listed Eagle Farm on Sat Feb 22
The Happy Prince makes its much-anticipated world premiere
A day of non-stop racing and brilliant beats
Join some of Australia's funniest female comedians for an afternoon of laughs at Brisbane Powerhouse
Comedy superstar Cal Wilson is heading to Brisbane to delight fans with her new stand-up show
Visit Vivaldi’s Venice with French harpist Xavier de Maistre
Noni Hazlehurst’s critically-acclaimed production of Mother returns
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