Walking tracks around Brisbane

07 Sep 2020

It’s a good idea to do some walking in the weeks leading up to the night to make sure you are fully prepared and ready to rumble!

Here are some walks you might like to do to test out your shoes and see more of Brisbane while you’re at it.  Don’t forget to #msmoonlightwalk and share with us the training you get up to.


Why not walk along River Terrace at the top of the Kangaroo Point Cliffs for some of the best views of the Brisbane CBD. You can also drop in to the Cliffs Café for your caffeine fix. For those who want to add some cardio to their training, you can take on the stairs at the cliffs as well.


Another scenic walk along the Brisbane River.  Depending when you time your walk, you can drop into the Jan Powers Farmers Markets, or the Brisbane Powerhouse for a culture fix.  So many things to see and do in Brisbane!  Make sure you check out the lovely flowers in the park – perfectly timed for Spring.


For those who want to get out of Brisbane, why not visit Glass House Mountains (it’s not as far as you think!)  Two of our favourites are Mount Tibrogargan and Mount Ngungun.  You’ll be breathing in the beautiful fresh air, and get to see some amazing views at the top.  These are obviously for those who are a little more adventurous!

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More scenic walk options for you – on the other side of Brisbane.  It’s a nature lovers paradise with many waterfalls and lookouts suitable for the whole family – kids included.  Now that we’re into the warmer weather, there’s even places to swim!

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You can make this walk as short or as long as you like, with many café and car parking options to start (and finish) your walk at.  Suttons Beach is a favourite, you could also drop in to Settlement Cove Lagoon, visit the Redcliffe Jetty Markets and check out Bee Gees Way.


Mt Coot-tha Forest offers a number of different walking tracks with a number of different picnic area options.  Why not grab the family, pack a lunch and check out the different flora and fauna on display.

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