NINE WALKS TO DO WITH THE FAM­ILY

If you’re feel­ing fit, healthy and adventurous, these walks are the per­fect chal­lenge for you and your friends or fam­ily the next time you hol­i­day on the Sun­shine Coast.

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1. Mt Coolum

Take this chal­leng­ing 1.5km re­turn walk to the sum­mit where there are spec­tac­u­lar 360-de­gree views of the coastal area. Note: no toi­lets are on-site.

2. Wild Horse Moun­tain

This 1.4km re­turn walk should take around 45 min­utes. The moun­tain is quite steep with a max­i­mum el­e­va­tion of 100m but has a bi­tu­men path the whole way to grip on to.

3. Sun­shine Coast Hin­ter­land Great Walk

This nat­u­ral at­trac­tion has mul­ti­ple ac­cess points to give vis­i­tors var­i­ous walk­ing ex­pe­ri­ences along the top of the Black­all Range, winding through three re­serves.

4. Mt Cooroora

This steep 2km re­turn walk takes you sky­wards to 439m. To do this walk, you must be pre­pared to climb with a chain rope through the rocky sec­tions and mul­ti­ple stairs.

5. Mount Tin­beer­wah

This 1km re­turn walk is fam­ily friendly but will still keep you on your toes.

6. Mount Ti­brog­a­r­gan

Mt Ti­brog­a­r­gan de­liv­ers the ideal chal­lenge with a 3.3km re­turn trek.

7. Mount Ngun­gun

To chal­lenge the whole fam­ily, take this 2.8km re­turn walk to the top of Mt Ngun­gun.

8. Kon­dalilla Na­tional Park

Walk the 4.7km rain­for­est cir­cuit to see the spec­tac­u­lar 90m gush­ing wa­ter­fall.

9. Noosa Na­tional Park

En­com­pass­ing a rocky coast­line with shel­tered coves, Noosa Na­tional Park is lo­cated in the heart of Noosa, of­fer­ing a stren­u­ous 10.8km coastal track.

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