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By Jasmine Crittenden
May 22, 2020
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Cape Moreton Walk

Expect plenty of sea, sand and sunshine on this 1.5-kilometre track.
By Jasmine Crittenden
May 22, 2020
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There are many stunning walks on Moreton Island, the 37-kilometre-long sand island that lies about 40 kilometres off the Brisbane coast and is accessible via ferry, barge or boat (check the Queensland Parks website before your trip for closures and transport details). For optimal views, the Cape Moreton Walk is hard to beat. Expect plenty of sea, sand and sunshine on this 1.5-kilometre journey through the island's remote northernmost point. And on the way, keep your eyes peeled; Moreton Island is 95-percent national park, meaning there's plenty of wildlife to spot. Look out for dolphins, turtles and, between June and November, whales. The track also passes Cape Moreton Lighthouse, built in 1857 out of local sandstone. You can't go inside, but you can wander around the grounds and visit the lonely grave of a former resident.

Cape Moreton Lighthouse

Top image: Cape Moreton, courtesy of Tourism and Events Queensland.

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