Grass Tree Walk (14km)

Brisbane Ranges National Park



4 hrs

Grade 3






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2 Reviews on “Grass Tree Walk (14km)”

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  • Beautiful walk. I’m really enjoying hiking in the Brisbane Ranges. It’s full of surprises

  • The Grass Tree Walk is a lovely, beautiful and relatively easy walk in the Brisbane Ranges. There’s only one major ascent on the walk, the rest is fairly easy walking. There are hundreds if not thousands of Grass Trees along the way which makes it very pretty. Major 4WD tracks are only used to link the different trails and most of the walking is on smaller tracks or trails. Despite the wet weather over the last half a year, there were no muddy bits on the trail. It’s a great hike in summer and winter. Will definitely do it again!

  • Did this walk recently – nice and quite walk out in the bush.
    Spotted roos and wallabies early in the trail.
    Some sections bit overgrown and/or trees have fallen (e.g. bit of Wallaby Track) – follow GPX file and bush bash for a bit, the cleared path shows up soon enough.
    As we had done this anti-clockwise, it was a steep decline midway followed by a short incline after ; both don’t last long before you’re back on the flats

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Grass Tree Walk

Trail Hiking Australia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we hike and pay respects to their Elders, past and present, and we acknowledge the First Nations people of other communities who may be here today.