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Ultimate Accessible Trails and Pathway Guide

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For an enabling adventure in the Moreton Bay Region, you can’t go past this list of accessible trails and pathways. So grab your hat and get ready for a day of outdoor fun, exploring the most beautiful bayside and hinterland places on Brisbane’s doorstep.

Bongaree Foreshore, Bribie Island

Explore Bribie Island and the Pumicestone Passage with this accessible pathway that extends along the foreshore from Renton Lane to the Bribie Island Bridge, stopping at Bongaree Jetty.

Grab some fish and chips for lunch, and meet up with friends in one of the many shaded parks with plenty of seating and waterfront views. Or bring a fishing rode and cast a line off the Bongaree Jetty, a wheelchair friendly platform.

Key accessible highlights of this pathway include:

Venture here on the Accessible.VisitMoretonBayRegion.com.au for trail details and sensory considerations.

Deception Bay Foreshore

With its waterfront views, choice of picnic spots, shaded rest areas, and a visual historical trail, the accessible pathway along the Deception Bay Foreshore has something for everyone.

Running from Boama Park up north towards the Old Fisheries Site, 3 kilometres of wheelchair-friendly paths, ramps and bridges takes you on a relaxing, outdoor adventure.

But don’t just take our word for it, here’s an invitation from the Deception Bay Disability Network to visit!

Key accessible highlights of this trail include:

  • Picnic shelters
  • BBQs
  • Toilets
  • Parking

Venture here on the Accessible.VisitMoretonBayRegion.com.au for trail details and sensory considerations.

Redcliffe Peninsula Foreshore

Getting out and about along the Redcliffe Peninsula Foreshore is made easy with plenty of pathways, amenities, dining options, and shady parks to relax and enjoy views across Moreton Bay.

From dolphin spotting and picnic lunches to markets and swimming, there’s something for everyone and every ability.

Key accessible highlights of this trail include:

Venture here on the Accessible.VisitMoretonBayRegion.com.au for trail details and sensory considerations.

Scarborough Foreshore

If it’s a seaside adventure you are after, the Scarborough Foreshore makes for a great day out with accessible pathways, shady parks and lots to see and do.

The Scarborough Foreshore, including Endeavour Park, Jim Finlay Park, Thurecht Park, Jamieson Park and Scarborough Beach Park, forms part of the Moreton Bay Cycleway.

This path continues down along the Redcliffe waterfront, and offers plenty of options for wheelchair and walker users. Sightseeing, opportunities to play and learn in an inclusive environment, dining and more!

Key accessible highlights of this trail include:

  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Carousel in Jamieson Park

Venture here on the Accessible.VisitMoretonBayRegion.com.au for trail details and sensory considerations.

Woorim Beach Accessible Pathway

After your trip down onto the golden sands of Woorim Beach, continue your seaside experience by following the Accessible Pathway to the Edwin Schrag Lookout. Weave in and around the trees and shaded grass areas as you take in the island sights, sounds and smells.

An accessible pathway of continuous, sealed concrete extends south from the Surf Club right along the foreshore to Edwin Schrag Lookout (approximately 750 metres).

Key accessible highlights of this trail include:

  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Woorim Beach Matting

Venture here on the Accessible.VisitMoretonBayRegion.com.au for trail details and sensory considerations.

To share your adventures on the accessible trails, join our Accessible ‘Things To Do’ Facebook Group!



Words by
Zoe Harvey

Zoe is a lover of sharing and exploring all things Moreton Bay Region has to offer. As a sunrise feen, a foodie fanatic, cocktail connoisseur and keen ocean lover you can sure can count on her to know what's on and what's hot in Moreton Bay and surrounds.

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