Meet Sarah Boulton: “It was a hot afternoon in November 2019 when my parents, who were visiting from Canada, and I made our way to
West End locals Lea Gamble and Stacey Hall aren’t just using this time of COVID-19 social distancing to walk more, they are aiming to systematically
Queensland Walks welcomes pedestrian improvement in Brisbane media announcement 24 July 2020
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https://youtu.be/eimgRedLkkU?list=PL0kSsix-7pwmRZa2bcg_kHLuO3S6kPXU8 This article comes from https://www.thehikinglife.com/2020/01/25-greatest-walking-songs-of-all-time/ Thank you to Cam Honan from The Hiking life for approval to republish his story. You can watch or listen to some of
On the eve of #WalkWeek, Queensland Walks president Michelle Wade featured in The Sunday Mail. Read her article in full …By Michelle Wade It is
Do you live in a neighbourhood like this? Changes are afoot in sunny Queensland! Queensland Walks congratulates the Queensland Government on a suite of resources including the new
Rockhampton Regional Council have been doing some great work on making Rocky more walk-friendly with newly announced projects that include new footpaths and walking trails.
We are excited to see a call for feedback on walking and cycling infrastructure and services. We encourage Rocky residents to provide your feedback to help make the region more walk-friendly.
On Thursday 19th November Queensland Walks were fortunate to host Louise Baldwin from the QUT Cool and Covered program to talk about the importance of
The following article was supplied by Steve Noakes, Binna Burra and written by John Marshall from Bushwalking Queensland. Thank you! History of the Binna Burra Bushwalkers Club (1965-1997)
Here’s a Christmas message from all of us at Queensland Walks We’d like to say a hearty ‘Thank you’ to everyone who has helped with
One of the things we love about 10,000 Steps is that you can do your steps anywhere, any way, any time and make it a part of