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Green Arrow Walk

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Good Way to Get Fit

The Blue and Green trails have been there for 30+ years and we never tire of going for a walk or... read more

Reviewed August 19, 2018
Brisbane, Australia
What a wonderful addition to the arrows tracks!!!!

an excellent walk through the rainforest and hills along mount whitfield.... although there are a... read more

Reviewed August 1, 2018
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Reviewed August 19, 2018

The Blue and Green trails have been there for 30+ years and we never tire of going for a walk or jog on the trails. Great views of Cairns and suburbs. Don't miss them if you're into a bit of fitness.

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Reviewed August 1, 2018

an excellent walk through the rainforest and hills along mount whitfield.... although there are a lot of hills to walk up so you need a certain level of fitness... especially if you leave from the Northern end.... up the red or yellow.... its up and...More

2  Thank Peteincairns
Reviewed July 24, 2018 via mobile

The best views of Cairns can be found whilst on the Green Arrow Walk. Today I walked to the summit, starting at the beginning of the red trail, via the blue and onto the green. I really enjoy all of the trail paths - the...More

Thank Max R
Reviewed April 30, 2018

What more could you ask for..... stunning views across Cairns, beautiful rainforest trail and challenging terrain (lots of uphill). A must do if you want exercise, don't want to travel too far to get to it and love being immersed in nature. Oh, and not...More

1  Thank Jenni P
Reviewed February 5, 2018

Extremely popular with the locals, the green arrow is great hard core workout as you can do the track as many times as you like, consecutively. There are many, many stairs involved so the flutes get a great workout. If however you are a visitor,...More

Thank Sha03122015
Reviewed February 4, 2018

The Green arrow has existed for many years but recently Cairns Regional Council, has opened up the path and made some changes to make it more accessible for all walkers. It starts in Whitfield and you can start at Belair Drive or the Peak -...More

Thank Sandy M
Reviewed January 1, 2018

This is a lovely easy walk through the rain forest. My kids and I have enjoyed doing this throughout the school holidays

Thank Sara B
Reviewed October 26, 2017

To Do the whole walk from Red Arrow across and come out at Park Ridge it is hard to work out your whereabouts. There is signage at the bottom of the hill but where you come out there is no basic footpath to show you...More

1  Thank suee940
Reviewed August 28, 2017

My friends and I do the loop of over and back from th start of the red arrow. Thec2.5 hr return trip gives you a good workout

Thank 228Kevin
Reviewed August 4, 2017

Published walking times do not account for getting to the beginning or end of the track. We would be moderately brisk walkers. We started at the Botanic Gardens & took the western side of the red arrow track . This took us 15 mins of...More

8  Thank Peter K
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