Regional Heritage Walks

Walk through local towns to discover points of interest

Regional Heritage Walks

Buderim Foote Sanctuary

The Eric Joseph Foote War Memorial Sanctuary is a nine hectare accessible mix of vegetation communities.

Download the Foote Sanctuary brochure[2286KB].

Buderim Tramway

The Buderim to Palmwoods tramway was built to service the needs of the farmers and residents of Buderim and district.

Download the Tramway Walk brochure[8963KB]


Eumundi is widely thought to be named after an Aboriginal warrior and elder named 'Huon Mundy' whose territory embraced the district around the site of the town.

Download the Eumundi Walk brochure[2523KB].


The small township of Kenilworth, with a population of less than 300, is in the beautiful Mary Valley, behind the Blackall Range.

View the Kenilworth Walk map.


Mapleton is a picturesque village on the northern end of the scenic Blackall Range, 402m above sea level in the Sunshine Coast hinterland.

Download the Mapleton Walk/Drive brochure[283KB].


Enjoy learning about the history Montville as you walk through this picturesque hinterland village.

Download the Montville short history trail brochure[5305KB].


Take a walk through Yandina history. Follow the trail of beer, tornados, and hard times in “Native Dog Flat”.

Download the Yandina Trail brochure[2783KB]

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We commit to working in partnership with the Traditional Custodians and the broader First Nations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) community to support self-determination through economic and community development.
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