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Parks and forests west of Brisbane

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There are 7 park alerts for these parks.

Listing 15 parks.

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Barakula State Forest
…a working forest. Gravel and sandy roads are only suitable for conventional vehicles in dry weather. Recreational opportunities include fishing and birdwatching.
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Benarkin State Forest
…located about 150 km north west of Brisbane. Information includes access, features, camping, facilities, activities, walking and recreation, natural environment…
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Bunya Mountains National Park
…Queensland's second oldest national park, features ancient bunya pines and rainforest. Camping is permitted and there are walking tracks.
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Crows Nest National Park
…located about 6km east of Crows Nest and 56km north of Toowoomba. Information includes access, features, camping, facilities, walking and recreation opportunities…
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Girraween National Park
…meaning place of flowers, is a spectacular landscape of massive granite outcrops and spring-time wildflower displays. Recreational opportunities include…
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Glen Rock State Forest
…situated at the head of Tenthill Valley, adjoins the World Heritage-listed Main Range National Park. It was declared state forest in 2011, providing open…
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Lake Broadwater Conservation Park
…includes Lake Broadwater which is the only large, naturally-occurring freshwater lake on the Darling Downs. The park, a refuge for waterbirds and other…
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Lockyer National Park
…home to a diverse range of plants and animals, including some vulnerable and near threatened species. Located about 40 km east of Toowoomba. Information…
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Main Range National Park
…within the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, includes Cunninghams Gap, Spicers gap, Queen Mary Falls and Goomburra. The park has camping…
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Moogerah Peaks National Park
…includes Mount French, Mount Edwards, Mount Greville and Mount Moon and is popular with experienced bushwalkers and climbers. The park features volcanic…
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Mount Barney National Park
Rugged mountain peaks rise above the surrounding landscape in this wild, beautiful Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area that is popular…
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Plunkett Regional Park, Wickham National Park and Wickham Timber Reserve
…approximately 50 km south-west of Brisbane or 53 km north-west of the Gold Coast via the Pacific Motorway (M1)
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Ravensbourne National Park
…situated on a spur of the Great Dividing Range. Activities include bushwalking on tracks through forest areas and birdwatching. Camping is not allowed.
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Southwood National Park
…has no walking tracks but the forest can be explored along the roads. Camping is not allowed. Brigalow-belah forest remnants are conserved in this park…
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Sundown National Park
…located on the Queensland New South Wales border, is a rugged wilderness area. Activities include camping, bush camping and bushwalking.
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Last updated:
30 March 2017