Latest COVID-19 impacts—Qld national parks, state forests and recreation areas. Check the latest information and updates.
Find out more about the department’s response to COVID-19.
Queensland National Parks are full of unforgettable moments—whether you’re camping, exercising or simply reconnecting with nature, there’s an outdoor experience for everyone! So ‘Think outside’ and find your next adventure now!
Enhance your visit to Springbrook National Park and David Fleay Wildlife Park by downloading the free MyRanger app. It provides loads of info, interactive maps, and virtual ranger-guided tours featuring augmented reality wildlife!
Queensland's national parks have been given an $8.93 million funding boost as part of the Queensland Government’s economic recovery plan.
Our Park Rangers are looking forward to welcoming visitors back. Changes have been implemented in line with COVID-safe guidelines—please ensure you review all information before you visit.
Take a virtual tour of some of the state’s parks and forests thanks to new Google Maps footage!
Queensland tourism operators that conduct business on Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service-managed areas may be eligible for support as part of the Queensland Government’s Immediate Industry Recovery Package, introduced to help mitigate the impacts of...
The Minjerribah Protected Area Expansion Strategy outlines the prospective staged expansion of national park and other protected areas on North Stradbroke Island.
Opening hours: 10am to 2pm, seven days a week. Temporary changes in line with the COVID-19 safety plan have been implemented, please ensure you are aware of what these changes are before you visit.
Vehicle access permit fees and permit types for the Minjerribah Recreation Area (North Stradbroke Island) changed on 1 November 2019.
We want your #qldparks visit to be enjoyable and safe. Whether you’re walking the tracks, biking the trails, staying in a camping area, or visiting an information centre, remember to practise social distancing. This means...
‘Think outside’ and be inspired to explore #QldParks with the family these school holidays! 😊 If you’re looking for nature therapy the whole family can enjoy, there’s no better place than Queensland’s best natural playground—Queensland...
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Check out our blog, Think Outside, for the exciting range of experiences that await you in Queensland National Parks. Whether you’re a family, a couple or a bunch of mates, you’ll find something to inspire you to think outside and start exploring our parks and forests!