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The Steamers Lookout is a 4.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located in the state of Queensland, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until September.

Length 4.1 mi Elevation gain 1,564 ft Route type Loop

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

No dogs

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Recordings (10)
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Alistair Coote
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Not a great hike, but the view is fantastic once you get there. It was much more exposed than I expected. I’m an experienced rock climber but this is quite sketchy at some points. There have been fires recently and the top is burnt out in places.

Dallas Edser
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Leah Goodman
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HikingOff trailOver grownScramble

There was no trail for this hike the entire way up, the entire route was off trail and we only found our way because of downloading the trail map. The view was not as great as photos and there is really only a lookout in one spot, the rest is too overgrown to see much. Very steep, slippery, and dangerous, we are quite banged up even though we are both very experienced hikers. Was longer than 4 miles as well, by the end our GPS said 9, which also takes into account needing to park a mile or so away from the actual trail head.

Raymond Day
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amazing views. went anti clockwise, steep ascent, slippery but doable.

Warren Lamberth
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Troy M .
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Bryn Parry
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Kevin Molony
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Christie Pollard
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Christie Pollard
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Alexander Paule
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Marnie Habben
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Dominic Townsend
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