Bushwalking - Bundaberg to Rockhampton

Aside from the plentiful beaches, there are quite a few places to stretch the legs on this section of coast. A very short walk up to Ganoonga Noonga Lookout in Eurimbula National Park, near Agnes Water, provides views over Bustard Bay, swamplands, heath and mountains.

Alternatively, take your pick of walks in the dramatic sandstone gorges of Cania Gorge National Park, inland from Gladstone, including the interesting 5.6-kilometre circular walk to Fern Tree Pool and Giants Chair. There are caves to explore, rare palm trees, platypus in the creeks and Aboriginal paintings.

Tondoon Botanic Gardens, 6 kilometres from the centre of Gladstone itself, is surprisingly beautiful, with tracks through 104 hectares of forest, with turtles, abundant birdlife and plenty of spots for a picnic.

Contact Info

QPWS

www.epa.qld.gov.au

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