Spring Break to Spur Break is a 4.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Length4.2 miElevation gain1,440 ftRoute typeOut & back
HikingWalkingForestViewsWildflowersWildlifeNo dogs
Waypoints (10)
1
Turn East
-28.1609, 153.32433
2
Gate
-28.17759, 153.31865
3
Turn right
-28.17549, 153.32418
4
Gate
-28.16131, 153.33126
5
Gate
-28.16698, 153.32041
6
Turning point
-28.18092, 153.32017
7
Side track
-28.17338, 153.32517
8
Gate
-28.16639, 153.32096
9
Trail Head
-28.15814, 153.3344
10
Rosegum gate
-28.16861, 153.32874
Weather
UV Index
Daylight
Reviews (12)
Photos (29)
Recordings (13)
Completed (43)
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Seyed Jalilian
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Hiking

It highly recommended for those needs to real exercise. almost in two hours your heart continuously pumps high. if it is rainy you should have sticks. along the way I was alone and nobody touched the trail.

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Brooke Isabelle
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Hiking

Not in a rush to go back. Very steep, which is great to get the heart pumping, but it's quite a challenge to get back down. I ended up carefully sliding down for a few hundred metres on the way back. Dry conditions.

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Shanel A
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Hiking

Just your regular ol’ bush walk. Steep uphill for about 1 km at the start. Don’t go it after rains.

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Julian Oliver
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Hiking

small reward at the end. Good when you want steep!

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Mick Robinson
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Hiking

Epic hill to start, very slippery though, downhill without poles would be treacherous

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Matt Mclaughlin
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First to Review

This is a moderate and very pleasant trail suitable to take kids over 10. The last section is a little steep and gravely so a walking stick is helpful. The northern leg is a very picturesque ridge walk.

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Robert Burns
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Michael Ekert
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Anthony Van Dyken
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Adam Darling
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Lachlan Jones
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Nhan Nguyen
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