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Dicky Beach to Currumundi Lake Walk

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by Leanne McCabe (subscribe)
Hello, I'm new to travel writing but hope to share my adventures and travels both local and far reaching through my articles and photos. My website and blog are on their way, so will update asap.
Published May 20th 2018
Would you walk two kilometres for coffee?
Dicky Beach Walk to Currimundi Lake

The sun is shining but there is a cool wind blowing from the south, so to enjoy the sun without the wind we decided to walk the track from Dicky Beach to Currimundi Lake.

The track itself is just over 2km each way, but it is a very pleasant walk along the paths, boardwalks and over bridges.

Dickys Beach, Sunshine Coast,
Wooden bridges cross the tidal creeks


Bridges cross 2 tidal creeks and the paths and boardwalks take you through some wetland areas and natural bush.

Dickys Beach, Sunshine Coast,
Well-kept paths are easy to follow


Dickys Beach, Sunshine Coast,
Such a peaceful walkway


Along the way you are never too far from the beach and you catch glimpses of the shimmering blue water when you pass the beach access tracks.

Dickys Beach, Sunshine Coast,
Glimpses of the beach along the way


When you reach Currimundi Lake, there are two cafes that tempt you with their strong coffee smells wafting in the air. It is always quite busy at the lake, so walking is a great option. There are great facilities on the lake edge including a children's playground, toilet blocks and covered barbecue areas.

Dickys Beach, Sunshine Coast,
Currimundi Lake is always beautiful


After our caffeine fix we head back to Dicky Beach, but this time, as the tide is out, we stroll back along the beach, enjoying the sun warming our backs - such a nice way to spend a leisurely morning.

Recommendations
1. Drive to Dicky Beach and start your walk from there.
2. Don't forget hats and sunscreen
3. Bring your camera
4. Take some money for coffee and refreshments at Currimundi
5. Walk around the lake before you leave.
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Why? Such a great short walk
When: Any day
Where: Dicky Beach to Currumundi
Cost: Free
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Sounds like a great walk, Leanne. Welcome to WEN!
by Elaine (score: 3|5922) 271 days ago
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