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Coomera River

The Coomera River starts its eighty kilometre journey high in the pristine rainforests of the Lamington Plateau.  Today we explored some of its remote valleys.

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The Lost World

The Lost World is a magical place where the Albert River has carved out a couple of lush valleys through the Border Ranges. Today we explored those valleys. …

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Cabbage Tree Creek

Cabbage Tree Creek, in D’Aguilar National Park, is always fun to visit after rain.

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Mount Stanley (Postcard)

If you follow the Brisbane River as far upstream as you can, it eventually splits into two branches. Here’s a postcard from our recent adventure there.

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A Tough Day Out

Today’s adventure challenged our endurance as we followed a large hilly loop through the D’Aguilar Range.

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Cooling Off

During Queensland summers, the most enjoyable rides are short and have swimming spots.

Today’s ride fit the bill perfectly.

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Camp Mountain

On one of the hottest days of the year we decided to climb one of the toughest off-road hills around Brisbane. What could go wrong?

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Cambanoora

The headwaters of the Condamine River flow through some of the most stunning country you’ll ever see.

Today’s ride took us through this dramatic gap in the Great Dividing Range from Killarney to Aratula.

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