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Tamborine National Park, on Tamborine Mountain at 560 metres above sea level, offers glimpses of the Pacific Ocean and Gold Coast skyline to the east and national parks of the Scenic Rim to the west.  

Natural Attractions, National Parks and Reserves

Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk is a one and a half kilometre rainforest walking experience which inlcudes the Skywalk Bridge (steel-structured), the 40 metre Skywalk Cantilever (steel-structured) and th 

National Parks and Reserves, Natural Attractions

Set yourself up in one of the camping areas or nearby accommodation and spend days exploring this magical part of the world. Take short walks or long treks deep into the park’s forest, exploring bould 

National Parks and Reserves, Natural Attractions

Enjoy an enchanting walk through wet eucalypt forest beneath towering flooded gums and into cool and lush rainforest. Look for the beautiful crows nest and staghorn ferns in the canopy, and stop to ma 

Natural Attractions, National Parks and Reserves

Just over an hour from Brisbane, four ancient volcanic peaks in the fertile Fassifern Valley form the Moogerah Peaks National Park. The mounts—French, Greville, Moon and Edwards—are recognised for th 

National Parks and Reserves, Natural Attractions

This park has been impacted by recent severe weather events in Queensland. Please check park alerts for the latest information on access, closures and conditions. Green Mountains section of Lamington 

Natural Attractions, National Parks and Reserves

Discover O’Reilly’s Tree Top Walk nestled high within World Heritage-listed National Park. Suitable for guests of all ages, this world’s first suspension bridge provides the opportunity to observe lif 

Natural Attractions, National Parks and Reserves

The distinctive peaks of mounts Barney, Maroon, May, Lindesay, Ernest, Ballow and Clunie dominate the skyline in Mount Barney National Park. These rugged peaks are the remains of the ancient Focal Pea 

National Parks and Reserves, Natural Attractions

Nestled amongst the foothills of World Heritage-listed, Mt Barney National Park, Mt Barney Lodge is a unique country escape that offers a variety of accommodation and Eco Accredited adventure activiti 

National Parks and Reserves, Natural Attractions

Lake Maroon is located in the heart of the Scenic Rim, Boonah. Lake Maroon is ideal for camping and one of Queensland's most popular places for sailing, fishing, water skiing, parasailing and paddle b 

The 7.4 kilometre track leaves from the Lower Portals car park and goes to the Lower Portals, a beautiful pool along a gorge on Mount Barney Creek. This walk has moderate to steep gradients and requir 

Recent rains have allowed water released from Moogerah Dam to flush out Reynolds Creek. About 2.5km downstream from Moogerah's spillway, The Gorge is a quiet and shady private camping hideaway with a  

James Sharp Memorial Park is a family bush camping ground situated five kilometres from the township of Canungra. Sharp Park River Bend Country Bush Camping has five hectares of managed and well maint 

With rainforest and Mount Chinghee as a backdrop, this is a spacious campsite with plenty of room for vans and campers. It is a pictuesque spot to relax alongside the Running Creek with beautiful s 

A favourite swimming hole in Tamborine Mountain has to be Cedar Creek Falls. You can admire the cascades and rock pools from the spectacular lookouts or venture down staircase to reach the swimming 

Flanagan Reserve is nestled upon 12 hectares of camping grounds. Wrapped with the natural bush setting and sitting quietly along the banks of the Logan River, you'll find it to be one of the most peac 

This council-owned camping and day-use area, 12km from Rathdowney off the Upper Logan Rd, is a pleasant camping ground with a well-stocked shop. The lagoon has a beach and is great for children to pla 

With camping, sailing, fishing, swimming and waterskiing available here at Lake Moogerah, plus easy access to attractions – there is never a shortage of things to do! Dangle a line as you rest on t 

This popular lookout located on Main Western Road often comes alive with numerous hang gliders using this cleared section of the escarpment as a launch site. 

The distinctive peaks of Mount Barney, Mount Maroon, Mount May, Mount Lindesay, Mount Ernest, Mount Ballow and Mount Clunie make up Mount Barney National Park. These rugged peaks are the remains of th 

O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat has been a sanctuary for bird and other animal lovers since the early part of last century, and enjoys international recognition as one of the premier birdwatching locati 

Meet the majestic predators of the sky and learn about our resident Owls and Wedge Tail Eagles plus our Kestrel and Black Kite. Witness the varying species in free flight and performing natural aeroba 

Cunninghams Gap is a pass over the Great Dividing Range between the Darling Downs and the Fassifern Valley in Queensland, Australia. The Gap is the major route over the Main Range along the Great Divi 

A landscape of rugged mountains, spectacular lookouts, exhilarating walks, dappled forests and unique wildlife is waiting to be explored. Discover walks through lush tropical rainforest, fragrant euc 

A 150m walking track links the Governors Chair car park with the lookout over the Fassifern Valley. Governors Chair, the large rock on the edge of the cliff face, was so named as it was reportedly a p 

Mount French Two short tracks make it easy for you to explore the park's many features, and neither require previous bushwalking experience. Sections of these tracks are suitable for wheelchairs wi 

The hike from Christmas Creek to Westray’s Grave and The Stinson begins not far from Christmas Creek Café & Cabins. In 1937 a Stinson Airliner had crashed on a flight from Brisbane. With many p 

Nindooinbah Dam was constructed in 1961 as an off-stream water storage for the Water Treatment Plant for Beaudesert township. Unlike most dams, Nindooinbah wasn’t built across a waterway such as a cre