Council walking trails
Heart Foundation Walking (formerly known as Gonewalking)
Council's former Gonewalking program is now delivered through the Heart Foundation Walking program.
Heart Foundation Walking is Australia's largest network of free community-based walking groups with over 20,000 participants. It's another way Council is encouraging an active and healthy Brisbane to achieve our vision for the city's future.
The free program led by trained Walk Organisers, managed by a local coordinator at the Heart Foundation. With more than 100 walks available, walk at your own pace and choose from slow, medium and fast walks. It's a great opportunity to make new friends, see more of Brisbane's famous parklands and get rewarded for reaching milestones as part of the Walker Recognition Scheme.
If you prefer to walk on your own, or can't access a group nearby, you can join the Heart Foundation Walking's virtual walking community and register as an individual to track your walks online. You will be notified when a new group starts in your area so you can decide if you would like to join in. With the virtual walking community, you can walk any time and place you like, regardless of where you live, work, or play.
Start a walking group
Being a volunteer Walk Organiser is fun and easy. You get to choose the walking route and the days and times to walk. You also receive great support and resources from the Heart Foundation, as well as rewards for reaching walking milestones as part of the Walker Recognition Scheme. To find out more information on becoming a Walk Organiser, contact your Local Coordinator at the Heart Foundation by phoning 07 3872 2500.
Find a walking group
Find Heart Foundation Walking groups in your local area:
For a full print out of the Heart Foundation Walking calendar, download the Brisbane Heart Foundation Walking RSS feed and select print.