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Lota Creek Boardwalk

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by Kevin Liepins (subscribe)
A lover of Brisbane, the wonderful Wynnum Manly Bayside, and and the beautiful Scenic Rim. A freelance writer always looking for the new and quirky places and events in my own backyard.
Published July 28th 2020
Easy family bushwalk
Enjoy this easy walk across Lota Creek, past saltmarshes and paperbark forests, and go on to enjoy a dry eucalypt forest bush. And all just 5 minutes' drive from the Manly Bayside and 30 minutes from the Brisbane CBD.

Lota Creek Boardwalk
Mangroves


Lota Creek Boardwalk is part of a network of walks forming the Bayside Parklands. Park on Whites Road near the junction with Arakurta Street and take the boardwalk across mangrove s.

Lota Creek Boardwalk
Lota Creek Boardwalk


Venture on into the Ransome Reserve bushland at Chelsea Road and take a number of loops to enjoy the eucalypt forest bush.

Lota Creek Boardwalk
Ransome Creek Reserve


This easy walk can be completed well within an hour or more depending on the route and leisurely walk. The mangroves are suitable for wheelchairs and cyclists, although it can be a squeeze at times. High tides can add water across the path but it is still accessible.

Lota Creek Boardwalk
Lota Creek Boardwalk


Follow the route on the signposts or go to the Brisbane City Council link for maps to this and others in the Bayside Parklands region.

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Bayside Walks in Wynnum Manly

The Lota Creek Boardwalk can also be reached by train from Lota station and a 10-minute walk.
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When: Open 7 days
Phone: 3403 8888
Where: Lota Creek Boardwal, 325 Whites Rd, Lota QLD 4179
Cost: Free to attend
Your Comment
I find boardwalks fascinating Kevin as they are usually over areas that you could not normally access and provide interesting viewing of wetlands. Neil.
by Neil Follett (score: 2|564) 7 days ago
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