Best nature trips trails in Queensland, Australia

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Explore the most popular nature trips trails in Queensland with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of nature trips trails in Queensland, Australia
Top trails (472)
#1 - Purling Brook Falls
Springbrook National Park
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Length: 2.6 mi • Est. 1 h 31 m
This is a short picturesque walk good for the whole family. There are great valley views and stunning waterfalls. You can hike it either direction, but most choose to go clockwise. The first half of the walk is heading down into the valley to the base of the waterfall, with lots of views. The base of the falls makes a great lunch or snack spot (please take your rubbish out with you). Over the suspension bridge and back up the other side of the falls. This gets the heart rate up a bit but fine for people of average fitness or better. Not as many view points on the way out but very pretty rainforest and lovely rock features. Beware this trail can get quite busy on a nice weekend day.Show more
#2 - Toolona Creek Circuit
Lamington National Park
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Length: 11.2 mi • Est. 5 h 50 m
This is a great route for the experienced hiker. You'll have a chance to see waterfalls, so going after a rain isn't a bad idea. That being said, the trail can get quite muddy! Allot for 5 - 6 hours for this trek.Show more
#3 - Flinders Peak
Flinders Peak Conservation Park
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Length: 3.8 mi • Est. 2 h 44 m
This is a great day-hike out to Flinders Peak with spectacular views from the upper slopes toward the nearby rugged mountain peaks of the Scenic Rim and the Bremer River catchment. Keep your eyes out as Flinders Peak supports native fauna including the brush-tailed rock wallaby, peregrine falcon and the wedge-tailed eagle. This is graded as a difficult trail as the terrain is unmodified, the alignment is indistinct, and a high level of fitness and level of specialised outdoor skills including navigation are required. There are also steep rock scrambling sections that shouldn't be attempted when wet. Signage is for management purposes only so be sure to carry appropriate GPS equipment with you.Show more
#4 - Kondalilla Falls and Rock Pools via Great Walk Loop
Kondalilla National Park
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Length: 2.4 mi • Est. 1 h 23 m
This is a great little walk for the whole family. The only difficult part is the stairs. Make sure to bring a swimsuit if you want to cool off in the pools!Show more
#5 - Curtis Falls and Lower Creek Circuit
Tamborine National Park
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Length: 1.7 mi • Est. 41 m
This is a very popular short, easy track that goes to the beautiful Curtis Falls. It can get quite packed in nice weather so arrive early! The trail can get muddy after rain, especially if many hikers have come through recently. Show more
#6 - White Rock Ridge Track
White Rock Conservation Park
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Length: 4.1 mi • Est. 2 h 3 m
On the traditional lands of the Ugarapul people, visitors are urged to resist climbing White Rock summit out of respect to this site of spiritual significance to the traditional owners.Show more
#7 - Elabana Falls and Picnic Rock Trail
Lamington National Park
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Length: 4.4 mi • Est. 2 h 20 m
#8 - Mount Coolum Track
Mount Coolum National Park
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Length: 1.0 mi • Est. 48 m
Track may be narrow, with exposed inclines to many steps. Caution needed on loser gravel surfaces & exposed natural lookouts/unfenced cliff edges. Moderate level of fitness and ankle supporting footwear required. Make sure to get there here early on a nice weekend day, it gets busy!Show more
#9 - Coomera Circuit
Lamington National Park
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Length: 12.8 mi • Est. 6 h 25 m
Starts at Border Walk up the top near the Tea House. Great track with plenty of waterfalls. It is very well marked and the only technical sections are the river crossings, but there are well placed stones at each.Be wary that after rainfall the water may be too high to safely cross. After seeing the falls, you are met with waterfall after waterfall after waterfall, just amazing to see!Show more
#10 - Somerset Lookout
D’Aguilar National Park
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Length: 7.7 mi • Est. 3 h 59 m
This is a great route that takes around 3 hours. You'll cross over dirt roads multiple times so watch out for motor bikes and 4WDs. There are toilets at the car park.Show more
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