"Camino" (Spanish for "the way") denotes a pilgrim route. This Camino is a series of images and reflections developed while walking from the Hoop Pine Car Park, Sir Samuel Griffiths Drive, Bardon to the Summit of Mt Coot-tha (J C Slaughter Falls Walk). The images relate to Christian Spirituality and the path that Jesus walked. These images of these places become stations for reflection and allude to the local place, prayer and the Christian story.
The Mt Coot-tha area holds stories that are from the sacred dreaming of the first Australians. The Mt Coot-tha Camino series seeks to respect those stories.
The Coot-tha Camino takes between 1 and 2 hours and is about 2 km of easy to moderate walking. You will need walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, water and insect repellant. Follow the advice signs throughout the park.