Council supports the community by providing a range of trails to encourage a healthy, active lifestyle as well as showcasing what the region has to offer.
Most trails are flat, shared pathways that you can walk or cycle along with ease.
Active Travel Strategy
Experiences along the trail include beaches, parks, botanic gardens, playgrounds, piers, swimming, fishing, shopping, dining and glimpses into local and aboriginal history.
Experiences along the trail include parks and gardens, playgrounds, river boardwalk, heritage
buildings, museums, art gallery, shopping, dining and glimpses into local and aboriginal history.
Discover the art of storytelling and follow a delightful trail of public art and multimedia, created by our local artisans, that magically bring our stories to life.
Mary to Bay Rail Trail is a shared path for use by pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders and linking the Mary River with Hervey Bay predominantly utilising the old rail corridor from Colton to Urangan.
Council has been collaborating with Butchulla Elders on a number of Indigenous Park projects to highlight the important connection between the Butchulla people and their country and share this information with residents and visitors.
Looking for more trails?
Why not explore the Wide Bay Burnett region, with internationally recognised pristine coastlines through to rugged mountain ranges, there is something for everyone to enjoy the natural wonders of the region.