Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park, Kangaroo Point

Walking is the most basic form of exercise and costs as little as a good pair of walking shoes. Whether it's a bushwalk, a suburban hill circuit, wandering a curated walking trail, or doing a paced walk at your local shopping centre with a walking group, walking can help improve your health and wellbeing.

Use this page to find out about walking options in Brisbane.

The personal safety of Brisbane residents and visitors is our top priority. Due to coronavirus, some of our events, services and venues have been impacted.

Check our Coronavirus: Council updates and impacts page for latest updates. Protect yourself and others by observing social distancing while walking.

For even more ideas on ways to stay active and to get out and about, view our Things to see and do in Brisbane page. There's also heaps of suggestions on our Find your fitness style page to help you discover a new you in 2020.

Find a walk to suit you

Bushland reserve tracks

We have over 9500 hectares of natural areas in Brisbane. Find a walking or multi-use track in a bushland reserve near you.

Heritage trails

Our 18 suburban heritage walking trails celebrate the stories of local suburbs.We also have Aboriginal culture trails and a natural history trail at Kangaroo Point.

Lores Bonney Riverwalk

The Lores Bonney Riverwalk is 1.2 kilometres long and stretches from Bretts Wharf to Cameron Rocks. It provides a great place to walk, run and cycle.

City Botanic Gardens

Walk our historic City Botanic Gardens in Brisbane City with our online self-guided walk map.

Tips for top walking

To get the most out of your walks:

  • plan your route and pack lightly
  • wear a pair of comfortable shoes
  • protect yourself from the sun with a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen
  • buy a pedometer to record your distance and help keep you motivated.

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Last updated:5 June 2020
Topics: walking