Boondall Wetlands

Boondall Wetlands

Source: Live for Less Brisbane

Difficulty: Easy with just one small hill!
Surface Type: Cycleway and bridges
Suitable for families with young children
Route Length: 8km return

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A hidden gem!

Riding through the Boondall wetlands is definitely one to add to the list of must do’s! With magroves, marshlands, woodlands and waterholes it’s a great place to take the family on a ride and is relatively flat.

We suggest starting your ride & parking at Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre just off the Gateway motorway. From here simply follow the cycleway to Nudgee Road. Once you reach the end you can turn right along the path and then cross to get a view of the water – just be careful crossing the road! Otherwise simply turn around and cycle back to the car & food!

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Boondall Wetlands

What’s In the Area?

FOOD: Pam’s Cafe 88 is a local favourite with cyclists and can be found at Nudgee Beach on O’Quinn Street.

THINGS TO DO: Check out Nudgee Beach – it’s a beautiful spot.

BIKE SHOP: Hoffy Cycles 

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