Bayview Conservation Area Hiking and Biking Trails

Over 60km of tails across 1000 hectares - explore on foot, horse or mountain bike!
Bayview Conservation Area is located 30min south of Brisbane in the Redlands Bay City Council and has 60km of trails to enjoy. These trails are available for hikers, trail runners, horsing riders and mountain bike riders – the choice is yours. These trails are suitable for most people and have varying grades for everyone. Allow 30min – 5 hours. 


Spend 5 min or 5 hours, your choice is also there to explore the 1000 hectares available to you. You might even be lucky and spot a variety of wildlike like the powerful owls, koalas, goannas, glossy black-cockatoos and wallabies. The bushland is covered with plenty of shade and has a relatively flat terrain. For a detailed map on the Bayview Conservation Area visit here

Getting there:

Head to ‘Bayview Conservation Staging Area’ in google maps and it will take you to the main entry to the park which is approximately 30min south of Brisbane.  

What do you need:

Take plenty of water and snacks, the adventure is yours so you may be longer than you anticipate. 

Hot tip:

As there are wetlands we recommend taking mozzie spray!

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