North Keppel Island

Considine-Mazie Bay Track
Distance: 4.1 Kilometres, Return Trip
Time: Allow Approx. 1.5 Hours
Grade: Easy (Rough formed track, suitable for most ages and fitness)
A gently-sloping walking track, that winds past sandy shores and dunes, mangrove forests, through a variety of open forests and pal-dominated wetlands. Signs along the way identify key plants and their traditional uses. At Mazie Bay's Woppaburra shelter, descendants share their storied of life on Ko-no-mie.

Return via either or both optional sections:

Wetlands Track
Distance: Add an additional 500 Metres to the above 4.1 Kilometres
Grade: Moderate (Rough track with some steep sections, bush-walking exp. required to attempt this track)
Walk along the beach for about 200 metres, to where the totem directs you over the dune to a shady track through large paperbark trees and weeping palms. Bear in mind, that after prolonged rain, this section may be closed. 

Banskia Track
Distance: Add an additional 500 Metres to the above 4.1 Kilometres
Grade: Moderate (Rough track with some steep sections, bush-walking exp. required to attempt this track)
Turn east at the Keppel Bay Lookout junction, then north to wind through a forest of banksia and wattle, before reaching the mangroves where the track crosses Considine Creek. Please do not use this track during King Tides.

Keppel Bay Lookout Track
Distance: 3.6 Kilometres, Return Trip
Time: Allow Approx. 1.5 Hours
Grade: Moderate (Rough track with some steep sections, bush-walking exp. required to attempt this track)
For views of the island, Mazie Bay and the other northern islands, turn left 700 metres along the Mazie Bay track (above), and take a short 850 metre walk uphill to the Keppel Bay Lookout. 

Ko-no-mie Trail (Circuit via Lookouts)
Distance: 7.8 Kilometres, Circuit
Time: Allow Approx. 3 Hours
Grade:Moderate (Rough track with some steep sections, bush-walking exp. required to attempt this track)
The trail is rough, with steep sections, for experiences walkers. Walking through woodlands and open grassland, this track offer spectacular 360 degree views of Keppel Bay.
Take the Considine-Mazie Track (above) to Keppel Bay Lookout (above), then cross to the island's highest point to view forbidding heath-covered cliffs on the eastern shore and wide outlooks toward Bayfield. Return descending the steep inland track to the Banksia Track and over Considine Creek. During King Tides, please take the Considine-Mazie Track.