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Kin Kin is a quaint town which was nice to visit. We walk/jogged the loop in a clockwise direction. The prettiest part of the walk is through the farmland at the start. After this a lot of the track was actually on or next to...More
A friend and I did track #4 Kin Kin to lake MacDonald with mountain bike. We are fit and experienced mountain bikers , but do not be deceived this track is for walkers/ hikers and horses. Don’t bother with section from Kin Kin to Cootharaba...More
We tried part of the Kin Kin Countryside Trail (#1). From Kin Kin village to Grady Lane. However, as it started to drizzle halfway, we decided to turn back after 2km into the trail. Passed by very pleasant pastoral scenes. Was fascinated by the cattle...More
Went horse riding from the Kin Kin grounds behind the pub. The grounds were an excellent venue with some horse yards, and plenty of grass and water for the horses The meal at the Kin Kin General store was mouth watering especially the night we...More
Headed to Kin Kin to tackle one of the walks through stunning scenery on a brilliant day weather wise. We chose to take on walk #1 which was around 14 kms in distance. The carefully plotted walked include a mix of country lanes, pastures, bush...More
There are several trails and we took no 4 going anti clockwise from Kin Kin, as it appeared to be flatter.
It took 3 + hours and was a very comfortable walk apart from the last hilly bit. It was beautiful and we passed cows,...More
Friends and myself recently completed the 3 day hike in the Noosa Hinterland. What a great time we had. The path is well maintained and mostly well sign posted. There are a couple of spots where you could deviate from the track inadvertently and a...More