Walking & cycling tracks

Explore the walking trails and biking tracks in our region. There's plenty of choice for every fitness level.

Woman walking through bush
The benefits of walking are well-documented. Walking provides an active way to enjoy the natural environment and can help improve cardiovascular fitness and reduce stress.  Fortunately, our scenic region offers spectacular opportunities for a leisurely stroll, or a challenging hike, with nearby national parks and regional parks and gardens catering for all fitness levels. When out and about, it's important to keep safe. Please remember to: Wear comfortable ...
Family cycling at criterium track
For the recreational cyclist, Toowoomba has over 70 km of pathways, a number of designated mountain bike trails and a network of roads that can be used by the more experienced cyclist. Council runs a number of bike ride events each year with assistance from local cycling clubs and groups. Rides are usually held as part of Bike Week, World Environment Day and Carnival of Flowers. To report a cycling issue or ...
Toowoomba's purpose-built cycling criterium track offers cyclists a safe recreation and training venue. It's a fantastic facility for the whole community with six different track configurations offering a versatile and flexible layout, and with distances ranging from 350m to 1.76km. Whether you are on training wheels, enjoy a social bike ride, dream of becoming a professional cyclist or ride competitively, the track will suit your level of skill and fitness. Situated on undulatin ...
 Grade 1 - Flat, well-formed track, no steps, 5km or less. Clearly signposted. Suitable for wheelchairs with assistance.  Grade 2 - Formed track. May have gentle hills and some steps. Clearly signposted. No experience required.  Grade 3 - Formed track, some obstacles, 20km or less. May have short steep hills and many steps. Some experience recommended.  Grade 4 - Rough track. May be long and very steep with few directional signs. For expe ...
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