5 Fun Hikes Around Brisbane That Are Perfect For The Weekend

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5 Fun Hikes Around Brisbane That Are Perfect For The Weekend

Sick of hitting the gym? Hit the trail instead.

There are so many amazing walks around the Brisbane area that you will never get bored. So put on your shoes, grab your friends and try out one of these walks. 

All times are approximate – it depends on your walking speed!

Summit Track – Mt Coot-tha

Make your way from JC Slaughter Falls picnic area to Mt Coot-tha Lookout for some spectacular views.  There are also a lot of other trails and tracks in the area for you to explore.
Distance: 1.9km
Time: 30 minutes


Curtis Falls – Mt Tamborine

Trek through the rainforest and make your way to the pool at the base of Curtis Falls. Unfortunately swimming is prohibited!
Distance: 1.5km
Time: 30 minutes


Greenes Falls – D’Aguilar National Park

This walk kicks off at the Maiala car park and takes you through rainforest pools and a palm valley before leading you to Greenes Falls.
Distance: 4.3km
Time: 2 hours

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Bribie Island Foreshore Trail

This shared path follows the Western Bribie foreshore from Sunset Park, Banksia Beach in the north through Bellara to the Bongaree Jetty in the south.
Distance: 5 km
Time: 2 hours


Buhot Creek Circuit – Daisy Hill

Check out the tranquil waterholes and enjoy views from the old quarry on this amazing trail.
Distance: 8.9km|
Time: 5.5 hours


Remember to always wear appropriate shoes, take enough water with you and check for any local warnings before you head out.

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