aerial photo of north queensland beach

hiking walking trails

  • Locals of TNQ – Tanya

  • Locals of TNQ – Gareth

  • 5 Iconic Running Tracks

    Let’s be real – most of us don’t entertain the thought of exercising while on holidays, let alone go through the effort of packing our runners and active wear! But if you’re one of those virtuous travellers who likes to fit in a workout here and there while sightseeing (we’ll be by the pool bar if you’re looking for us), then we’ve compiled a list of our top 5 tracks to get those legs a-running.

  • The Wet Tropics’ Famous Five Precincts and a guide to exploring them

    If you’re looking to connect with nature and discover a rainforest that’s the oldest, longest and largest in Australia, go behind the foliage with this guide to the five precincts of the Wet Tropics.

  • The Babinda Boulders

    The Babinda Boulders is a popular tourist attraction and swimming hole surrounded by lush vibrant rainforest. The area is made [more…]

  • Windin Falls

    Windin Falls is a beautiful remote location tucked away in the Wooroonooran National Park in the Atherton Tablelands. This waterfall is [more…]

  • The Bloomfield Track

    Drive the beautiful and wild Bloomfield Track from Cape Tribulation to Cooktown – a bucket-list drive for all 4WD enthusiasts.

  • Cape York

    Got a heightened sense of adventure and want to take it all the way to the top (of Australia)? Jump into a 4WD and head off on an unforgettable journey from Cairns to Cape York.

  • The Wheelbarrow Way

    The Wheelbarrow Way travels through verdant crop-producing farmlands, cattle country, wooded savannah and friendly little towns with impressive histories.

  • The Great Barrier Reef Drive

    Welcome to the loveliest little drive in Queensland. Short but oh-so-sweet, the Great Barrier Reef Drive covers just 140km in a straight line north from Cairns to Cape Tribulation.