Adventure out into the great outdoors and explore our backyard with us! With many tracks and trail that’s suited for all ages and fitness levels. Whether you prefer biking or hiking, we’ve got you covered. So, come and join us for some outdoor adventures. 


We like to get out and enjoy our stunning nature, and what better way than by bike or on foot?   You’ll love our tracks and trails. Spectacular backdrops and wide open spaces are peppered with amazing wildlife and incredible views.

Gympie River to Rail Trail

Stretching for 9km of sealed and unsealed pathways, the River to Rail Trail combines the natural landscapes of Mary River with urban history as you walk through the heart of Gympie. It’s the perfect trail for a family outing with all members of the family welcome, including our furry friends. Whether it’s going for a walk, bike ride or exploring the Mary River in the kayak, this trail offers something for  everyone to enjoy.  

For more information visit, River to Rail Trail.

Kilkivan to Kingaroy Rail Trail  

Explore the scenery of our western region by following the Kilkivan to Kingaroy Rail Trail along the historic railway line for 88km. The trail beckons to adventurous bushwalkers, bike riders, and horse riders, especially its unsealed section from Kilkivan to Murgon, where you’ll navigate through waterways and historic stock routes. 

As the trail passes through multiple towns, including Goomeri, Murgon, and Wondai, take advantage of the perfect opportunity to recharge at one of the cafes along the way, where you can grab a coffee and some lunch to gain some energy before continuing your journey. 

For more information on this trail visit, Kilkivan to Kingaroy Rail Trail.

Mary Valley Rail Trail  

Journey through the rolling hills of the Mary Valley and explore the 4.7km of historic stretch of the old Mary Valley Rail Line from Imbil to Brooloo. It’s the perfect place to get out amongst nature and our native animals, as the trails leads through the tranquillity of the rainforests, creeks and green pastures. Whether you prefer a leisurely stroll, a mountain bike ride or a horseback ride, The Mary Valley Rail Trail promises a memorable experience of the Mary Valley.  

For more information on this trail visit, Mary Valley Rail Trail.

Victory Heights Recreational Trails

Adventure through the 60hectares of eucalypt forest at the Victory Trails! Offering 25km of mountain biking trails suitable for all skill levels, there’s plenty of adventure to be had. Bring the kids, with a 2km kids track they’ll be sure to have a blast.  

Bushwalkers and trail runners have a choice of three trails: 2km, 3km, 5k, or alternatively you can combine all three for stroll of 17km in total.  

We hope to see you out on the trails! Visit, Victory Heights Trail Network for more information.  

The Cooloola Great Walk

Step into the Cooloola Great Walk and take the 102km journey across five days and four nights from Noosa North Shore to Rainbow Beach. With vast arrays of different scenery from the Noosa Everglades, The Cooloola sandmass and the lush rainforest of the Great Sandy National Park, there’s a reason why it’s described as one of Australia’s most scenic hikes. It’s one you’ll definitely want to place on your bucket list.  

For more information visit, Cooloola Great Walk

Heritage Trails

Travel back in time and walk through our region’s history. The heritage trails will take you on a walk, guiding you through a tour showcasing the historic sites across the Gympie Region. Stop, scan and read the plaques providing the stories of the past of that location, and you will even get to see some original buildings! 

Visit, Gympie Heritage Trails for more information.  

Poona Lake Walk  

Walk along the 2km track showcasing the rainforest growing out of the sand dune and discover the tea tree-coloured waters of Lake Poona. This walk is the perfect escape into nature, with every twist and turn providing a new landscape of the beauty of the paperbark trees and towering hoop pines. 

For more information visit, Poona Lake walk. 

Amama Walking track

Wander through the Amamoor State Forest and explore the walking tracks that’s surrounded by the lush rainforest landscape and see if you can spot the magnificent fig tree or the wild macadamia trees scattered throughout these walks. Stop and admire the cascading waterfall halfway along the trail or if you dare take the plunge and jump into the freezing cold water. 

Visit, Amama walk for more information.  


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Amamoor State Forest

Amamoor State Forest Amamoor Qld 4570

Brooyar State Forest

Brooyar State Forest Gympie Qld 4570

Kilkivan to Kingaroy Rail Trail

Bligh Street Kilkivan Qld 4600

Lake Alford Recreational Park

Bruce Highway Gympie Qld 4570

Mary Valley Adventure Trails

50 Amamoor Creek Road Amamoor Qld 4570

Mary Valley Rail Trail

Selwyn Street Imbil Qld 4570

Mudlo National Park

Mudlo National Park Kilkivan Queensland 4600

Rainbow Beach Horse Rides

23 Clarkson Drive Rainbow Beach Qld 4581

Ride On Mary Kayak and Bike Bush Adventures

578 Lowe Road Bollier Qld 4570

River to Rail Trail

The Sands Park, Bruce Highway Gympie Qld 4570

Woondum National Park and Mothar Mountain Rocks Pools

Hill Road Gympie Qld 4570