Discover the Hidden Hinterland Trails

The Hinterland has a huge range of trails and walks for all ages and abilities, including wheelchair accessible and pushchair-friendly tracks. Here’s a quick rundown of the area’s walks.

Glasshouse Mountains National Park

Glasshouse Mountains Lookout Track – 0.8kms

This track is perfect for young families who feel like a barbecue among stunning views after their saunter as the trail has free gas barbecue sets onsite.

Mount Beerburrum Track – 1.4kms

This track offers amazing views all the way along the way and you can also climb a fire tower.

Mount Ngungun Summit Track – 2.8kms

This circular trail offers walkers gorgeous 360 views from the top of the mount.

Mount Tibrogargen Circuit – 3.2kms

Nice and flat, this easy walk takes you round the bottom of the mountain.

Trachyte Circuit – 6kms

Joined to the Mount Tibrogargen track, this longer walk takes people through wood and heathland and lets them enjoy views from the Jack Ferris lookout on the Trachyte Ridge.


Mapleton Falls National Park

Wompoo Circuit – 1.3kms

Walk among the eucalyptus trees and explore the rainforest, while listening out for the Wompoo fruit dove.

Conondale National Park

Booloumba Falls Walk – 24kms

A long old circular walk, but you can cool off in rockpools along the way, as well as rainforest settings and waterfalls. Perfect.

Mount Allen Fire Tower Walk – 11kms

This circular walk has uphill sections so it’s ideal for the fitter ramblers. They’ll be rewarded with amazing views at the top, though.

Artist’s Cascades Walk – 10kms

This circular walk leads ramblers through an ever-changing environment and offers space and time for a picnic.


Kondalilla National Park

Picnic Circuit – 1.7kms

A nice easy walk through eucalyptus trees, ideal for walking off that big lunch.

Kondalilla Falls Circuit – 4.7kms

This challenging walk has a lot of steps, so not ideal for everyone. It offers views of Kondalilla Falls and lots of shade.

Obi Obi Boardwalk – 1km

Wheelchair accessible. This walk is shaded and aromatic and leads walkers into Maleny.

Blue Summit Cottages – have just added 72 acres to the existing property and during the year will be developing forest walks exclusively for guests.

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