Coral Coast Pathways - Burnett Heads to Bargara
  • Length: 11km

  • Duration: 3 hrs

  • Grade: 1

  • Style: One Way

  • Start: 44 Harbour Esplanade, Burnett Heads

  • End: 6 Lighthouse St, Burnett Heads

  • Closest Town:

  • Location: Bundaberg

  • Distance from state capital: 379 km

  • State: QLD

  • Latitude: -24.75992596

  • Longitude: 152.400713

Trail Access

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Bitumen Road

Gravel Road

Easy Access

Steep Road

Winding Road

Vehicle Ford

Speed Bumps

2WD Vehicle

4WD Vehicle

Entry Fee

Ample Parking

Accessible Parking

Wheelchair Toilet

Toilet Facilities

Camping Available

Drinking Water

Picnic Shelter

Picnic Table

BBQ Facilities

Fire Pit

Trail Features

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Concrete Path

Timber Boardwalk

Gravel Path

Sandy Trail

Rough Trail

No Defined Trail

Manual Wheelchair

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Prams and Strollers

Bike Friendly

Overnight Campsites

River Crossings

Rock Scrambling

Bush Bashing

Exposed Ledges

Trail Markers

Drinking Water

Fishing Spots

Swimming Spots

Dog Friendly

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Coral Coast Pathways – Burnett Heads to Bargara is a 11km, grade 1 One Way hike located in Bundaberg Queensland. The hike should take approximately 3 hrs to complete.

Summary

Discover the spirit of the Bundaberg Region, stroll along the regions diverse beaches.

Burnett Heads to Bargara will see you venturing from the marina, along Oaks Beach through the turtle nesting grounds at Mon Repos, following the coastline down Nielson Park, past the coastal town of Bargara to Kelly’s Beach.

About the region

Bundaberg is a major centre within Queensland’s broader Wide Bay-Burnett geographical region and the headquarters of the Bundaberg Regional Council. The city is on the Burnett River, approximately 385 kilometres (239 mi) north of the state capital, Brisbane, and 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) inland from the coast. The local Aboriginal group is the Taribelang Bunda people.

The first Europeans in the area were timbergetters and co-founders of Bundaberg, John and Gavin Steuart who arrived in 1867. The town was surveyed in 1870. By 1881 it was gazetted as a municipality (the Borough of Bundaberg). It grew rapidly into a town by 1902 and a city by 1913.


For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Queensland.com