5 Days Walk The Scenic Rim

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$1,411 USD
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5 Days Walk The Scenic Rim

✓ Travel with Intrepid Travel
✓ Filled to the brim with national parks, soaring mountains and gorgeous vineyards
✓ Discover why Queensland’s Scenic Rim isn’t just scenic by name but scenic by nature
✓ Journey from lush valleys to sky-scraping peaks
✓ Enjoy a front row seat to some of Australia’s best scenery
✓ Explore on foot with a local leader to the landscape to life and all the little details
✓ Discover the diverse terrain of Tamborine National Park
✓ Weave your way up Mt Cordeaux and climb to Mt Mitchell’s summit
✓ Uncover tranquil rockpools on Mt Barney
✓ Delight in the wonders of Lamington National Park
✓ Try world-class local wine and produce along the way
✓ 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches

5 Days Walk The Scenic Rim

✓ Travel with Intrepid Travel
✓ Filled to the brim with national parks, soaring mountains and gorgeous vineyards
✓ Discover why Queensland’s Scenic Rim isn’t just scenic by name but scenic by nature
✓ Journey from lush valleys to sky-scraping peaks
✓ Enjoy a front row seat to some of Australia’s best scenery
✓ Explore on foot with a local leader to the landscape to life and all the little details
✓ Discover the diverse terrain of Tamborine National Park
✓ Weave your way up Mt Cordeaux and climb to Mt Mitchell’s summit
✓ Uncover tranquil rockpools on Mt Barney
✓ Delight in the wonders of Lamington National Park
✓ Try world-class local wine and produce along the way
✓ 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches

From PP Twin Share

$1,411 USD
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$1,658 USD PP
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