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Goondiwindi Walking Trails

Macintyre Riverwalk The three-kilometre walkway follows the majestic tree-lined Macintyre River, and is a great place to view the prolific birdlife in this area. Along the way, you will find points of interest with a series of interpretive signs about the environment, social, economic, historical and cultural aspects of the river, with numerous opportunities to enjoy its natural beauty. For the fitness enthusiasts, exercise stations are located along the walkway at Riddles Oval, McLean Street and Boyle Street. Natural Heritage and Water Park Scenic Walking Trail This trail offers the perfect opportunity for people to get closer to their environment with its themed walking trails, purpose-built disable access viewing ramp and peaceful seating areas surrounding the 3.3 kilometre water-ski circuit. Blending man-made elements into the wetlands environment, the 6.6 kilometres of scenic walking trails provides the community with a safe place to experience a unique ecosystem. After taking a stroll, all the family can enjoy the nearby barbecue facilities provided, let the kids enjoy the playground or have a game of footy in the beautifully landscaped open space. Botanic Gardens of the Western Woodlands Walking Trail This trail is a popular bushland walking trail winding through a 25 hectare area of natural woodlands. The Botanic Gardens entices visitors to explore the diversity of birdlife and Australia’s native flora and fauna in the parkland.

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Email Goondiwindi Walking Trails

4671 7474

3 Mclean Street, Goondiwindi Queensland 4390, Australia

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Southern Queensland Country Tourism acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waterways that run through these regions. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and emerging.