Discover the Gladstone Region by riding, walking, jogging or even horse riding along one of the trails developed by Council for locals and visitors to explore.
The tracks and bikeways provide a range of environenments from an easy stroll to challenging hills, passing through a variety of natural and built environments.
To find out more about the region's trails click on the links below.
TRAIL CLOSURE: Round Gladstone Trails are closed until further notice due to damage sustained from the recent bushfires. Gladstone Regional Council closed the trails in the interest of public safety and will re-open the trails as soon as possible.
Council is preparing its Pedestrian and Cycle Strategy for the Gladstone Region. The strategy will guide investment in active transport infrastructure such as pathways, footpaths, shared paths, bike lanes, crossings and other infrastructure for a wide variety of users over the next 5-10 years.
The strategy will identify priority routes for active transport in the Gladstone Region. It will also identify opportunities to undertake education and promotion activities to enable active transport Implementation of the Strategy will help to deliver improved mobility, better connectivity, safer streets and mhealthy lifestyle options for residents in the Gladstone Region.
The strategy aims to improve conditions that will enableresidents to use active transport modes when and where they want to.
You can have your say on the proposed strategy by completing an online survey www.bit.ly/WalkandCycle_GladstoneRegion
Survey opens Monday 11 April and concludes on Saturday 30 April.
The survey responses will guide the development of Council's new Pedestrian and Cycle Strategy.