From Scarborough’s colourful seaside cafe strip, this waterfront walk/cycle winds around the tip of the Redcliffe peninsula through Casuarina-lined parks to the canals of Newport
This delightful leafy walk/ride follows Enoggera Creek through lush eucalypt groves and past golden bamboo clusters
This walk/ride along the entire length of West End’s river bank begins at Orleigh Park ferry terminal
This leisurely scenic seafront walk or ride of around 10km return packs a lot of variety into its length.
A thriving hotspot for all on-river and riverside activities, Riverlife Adventure is housed in the city’s singular remaining naval defence depot (circa 1888), which itself is nestled at the base of the old Kangaroo Point quarry.
This ride via the Western Freeway bike path begins at the beautiful sub-tropical Botanic Gardens and ends at the southwest’s showcase riverfront parklands.
A labyrinth of dirt trails cuts through this lovely gum-forested koala reserve, with three circuits of varying lengths open to horse and bike riders.
This spectacular ride through Boondall Wetlands is a 7-8km foray into the terrestrial world of marshland, casuarina woodlands, mangrove grottoes, waterholes and paperbark forests.
This 5 km return medium level walk-ride begins in The Queensport Rocks Park vicinity, on the site of an old meatworks.
This flat 4km walk/cycle, which takes in quaint 19th century buildings in the bay’s best preserved historical village as well as a number of secluded seafront parks on the way to Cleveland Point.
Of all the country's rail trails, it distinguishes itself with an infamous and tragic history.

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