Have you ever wanted to go walking for a few days, but didn’t want to carry camping gear? I did, and decided that the Sunshine Coast would be the perfect place to try it.
Sometimes the voices in my head suggest that I try something different. Most of the time I ignore them, but today I did not. And so I went for a long walk.
Black Duck Creek lies in a hidden valley a long way south of Gatton, snuggled under the towering slopes of the Great Dividing Range.
The tides were favourable. The temperatures were cool. A paddle on the Caboolture River seemed like a good idea.
A railway branch line once connected Caboolture to Kilcoy. The railway has gone, but the trail remains. Today we explored some sections of that line.
Once upon a time, long ago in the Aboriginal Dreamtime, two men had a titanic life-and-death struggle…
Woondum National Park spans the picturesque mountains near Gympie. It’s a perfect place to explore on a mountain bike.