Stay fit on your holiday by making the most of our local picturesque parks, walking and cycling tracks.There are plenty of paths within the region which not only provide an ideal walking, or running route, but also feature outdoor fitness equipment to mix-up and round-out your workout by targeting other muscle groups for a brief respite from cardio.
There are plenty of paths within the region which not only provide an ideal walking, or running route, but also feature outdoor fitness equipment to mix-up and round-out your workout by targeting other muscle groups for a brief respite from cardio.
Dynamic outdoor fitness stations complete with instructions are available for public use dotted along numerous Moreton Bay Region paths. Why not check them out to complement your group fitness activities:
Please note this list is not extensive and some outdoor fitness stations may not have been listed.
Centenary Lakes in Caboolture is home to the 10,000 step walking track, perfect for those hankering to conquer a distance goal. There are exercise stations located along the way suitable for people of all fitness levels.
The Tom Simpson fitness trail in Albany Creek is designed to test your fitness, offering a full-body workout. The track features 5 exercise stations which can be used in between running along the 1900m track. It’s a fantastic workout which mixes cardiovascular and muscle targeting exercises.
From Petrie to Kippa-Ring, runners, walkers and cyclist can enjoy twelve (12) kilometres of paved shared pathway, running alongside the railway line. The pathway includes a few challenging hills and during the spring season, pay attention to the magpie signage.
For a breath of fresh Moreton Bay air, take a jog down the Redcliffe Peninsula along the Jetty 2 Jetty track reaching from Woody Point to Scarborough Boat Harbour. If you’re up for it you can run the whole half marathon 21km return, but it is advised you only tackle as much of the route as your level of fitness allows. This is also a fantastic path to cycle.