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This is an especially good spot for campers, and an even better one for those wanting to hike on their trip.
Mt Tamborine has everything.
Waterfalls, rainforests, glow-worm caves- it’s an exciting place to visit.
When camping on Mt Tamborine, you can pick a new trail a day and still see something completely new!
We could honestly do an entire article on the walks offered throughout the Daintree Rainforest, but we’ve slimmed it down and stuck on the Dubuji Boardwalk.
Trek past lush forests and lakes and listen to the sound of the local wildlife.
From one heritage park to another, explore the large rainforest on the boardwalk and walk straight out to the Great Barrier Reef.
Keep an eye out for cassowaries and crocodiles!
Step back in time into the Lamington National Park, often remembered for its section of the ancient Gondwana Rainforests.
It’s natural shrub greenery and lush forests brings a fresh take to South-East Queensland.
With every step there’s a new waterfall to look at or maybe you’ll sight one of the rare lyrebirds that are found within the forest.
It has truly earnt it’s spot on the best hiking trails list.
This is a great one for the city-slickers in Brisbane.
Located in the heart of the western suburbs is Mt Cootha which has several different trails for people to walk along.
They’re all of varying difficulties and offer a bit of peace in the hectic-ness that is the city.
Another pick not far from Brisbane is the Mt Cotton trails.
Just a few minutes away from Redland Bay, you can go for a hike and take a dip in the sea. It’s the perfect outing for a day of serenity.
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