- Last updated:
- 19 Sep 2019
There are 150 free adventures right here on the Sunshine Coast and now they’re even easier to find.
- Visit Adventure Sunshine Coast
- Choose between walking, riding, paddling or horse riding
- Select your difficulty level and hit search.
You’ll receive heaps of adventures on a map so you can narrow down by location.
There are reviews, pictures and descriptions of every trail plus you add your own review and images.
The hardest part is choosing which one to do each day!
Top picks for September
Eumundi Conservation Park
See a part of Eumundi you’ve not seen before on this easy 4.4km trail loop. Bring the kid’s bikes or take a pram to work up your appetite. Afterwards, head into Eumundi’s main strip for a bite to eat or some fun in the playground. For more information visit Eumundi Conservation Park.
Skippy Park, Landsborough
Are your kids still getting the hang of two wheels? Try this!
Teach your kids to ride around the criterion track and once you’ve had enough of cycling – play ball on the oval or head to the playground. Go for a ride on the flying fox, slippery slide and finish up with a BBQ for lunch. For more information visit Skippy Park, Landsborough.
Buderim Forest Park: Falls Loop
Tucked away in Buderim is a magical waterfall. Unofficially called Serenity Falls, the loop track is just 0.7km but with a spot of rock hopping, perhaps a picnic or a BBQ, you can make the most of this surprising experience. For more information visit Buderim Forest Park: Falls Loop.
Ninderry Bushland Conservation Reserve: Mount Ninderry Summit Walk
Fancy a walk with a bit more grunt? Get your heart pumping on this short walk up Mount Ninderry and enjoy fabulous views of canefields, the Maroochy River and more. Rated as 'difficult' due to the steep terrain, walker reviews say this is still a great walk for younger kids. For more information visit Ninderry Bushland Conservation Reserve: Mount Ninderry Summit Walk.
Martin Williams Walk at Lake Baroon, Maleny
This trail has a heap of adventures for the whole family to enjoy.
Take an easy 2km walk or bike ride around the lake, go for a paddle with the kids, tackle up and go fishing or grab your bathers for a swim. There are some really pretty sections with great views over the water. A big playground, and large open park areas with shelters and BBQs, so bring a ball and pack a picnic. For more information visit Martin Williams Walk at Lake Baroon, Maleny.
Coastal Pathway: Mooloolah River to Alex trail
Love ice cream? Ride down the new boardwalk along Parkyn Parade to the break-wall at the mouth of the Mooloolah River. Stop for an ice-cream or fish and chips and then ride back to your car. For more information visit the Coastal Pathway: Mooloolah River to Alex trail.
Baroon Pocket Dam: Lake Paddle
Got a kayak? Grab your paddle and give the Baroon Paddle adventure a go.
Bring lunch in an esky or use the BBQ facilities. Afterwards try the Martin Williams Walk at the Southern Recreation Area off Baroon Pocket Road. The walk was designed and built by the lake’s first ranger, Martin Williams. For more information visit the Baroon Pocket Dam: Lake Paddle.
Currimundi Lake: 'Loop the Lake' Walk
Perfect on a hot day, anyone who loves sand and water will enjoy this 4km (approx.) circuit. The majority of the track is lakeside with sections through coastal bushlands on the southern and northern sides of the lake. Take your shoes off and get back to your car with sand between your toes. For more information visit Currimundi Lake: 'Loop the Lake' Walk.