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Retrace the tracks of Cobb & Co, the first people movers of the outback, as you traverse the unique and fascinating Adventure Way.
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This easy 45 minute drive winds its way through cane fields and farms through the northern Whitsunday coast region, culminating in a visit to some spectacular secluded beaches.
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In the Mount Elliot section of this park, Alligator Creek flows through the landscape in a series of cascades, deep pools and waterfalls.
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The Araucaria Falls track commences 3.8 kilometres along Lookout Road beyond the Kurrajong picnic area at Goomburra in the World Heritage listed, Main Range National Park.
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This walking track in D'Aguilar National Park begins at the park visitor centre and continues around the shores of the serene and tranquil Enoggera Reservoir past giant hoop pines.
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Brisbane's gardens, located along the banks of this expansive river, are simply wonderful places to spend some time.
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This area includes multi-use trails on a graded track with some steep grades. It forms part of the Koala Bushland Coordinated Conservation Area, one of the most intact natural koala habitat areas between Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
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Bald Rock Creek circuit is the ideal short walk to sample Girraween's finest features and see some of Girraween's feathered, furred or scaly residents.
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Barker Creek lookout is reached via a short sidetrack off the Barker Creek Circuit in Bunya Mountains National Park.
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Climbing the summit of Queensland's highest mountain offers a challenging way to explore part of the World Heritage-listed rainforest of the Bellenden Ker Range in Wooroonooran National Park.
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