Hitting the trails in South-East Queensland will unveil countless natural areas, just waiting to be explored.
Discover wild coastlines and secluded islands; towering cliffs cloaked in pristine rainforests; rugged mountain ranges where eucalypt forests thrive, and countless waterfalls that plummet into rivers and creeks as they wind their way to the sea. Look for unique wildlife and marvel at tiny native flowers growing in the most unlikely places.
Whether you’re a beginner or experienced bushwalker you’ll find your own challenge in this great collection of walks. Take a short stroll to a scenic lookout and immerse yourself in a beautiful sunrise or sunset; leave your worries behind and tackle a pleasant half-day or full-day walk; test your navigation skills along the Scenic Rim, or shoulder your pack and stay out for a few nights on one of the many overnight walks.
Add to your bush experience by reading the detailed notes on evolution and environment. Photos, sketch maps, access directions and information about where to picnic and camp will help you plan your journey.
This guide book is a ‘must-have’ for anyone wishing to really discover the hidden treasures of South-East Queensland.
With around 2000 kilometres of tracks and trails, there’s something in this totally rewritten and updated, best-selling edition to suit everyone – from families with children, to active travellers and hard-core bushwalkers.
The south-east Queensland Great Walks are included. There are classic overnight walks in Lamington, Main Range, Mount Barney, Great Sandy and Girraween national parks, and plenty of easy, moderate and hard day-walks in all the popular parks.
There are quirky fact boxes and detailed notes on evolution, environment, access and facilities for every park.