Daisy Hill Conservation Park Brisbane

Photo credit: Anna Osetroff © Queensland Government

Daisy Hill Koala Bushland Directions Paper Stage 1 projects

Come to Daisy Hill and check out our Disability Discrimination Act 1992 compliant track in the day-use area (the first of its size in one of our parks), which features compliant picnic tables, toilets and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service's first fully compliant barbecues. Photo credit: Anna Osetroff © Queensland Government

Firebreak upgrades in protected areas south of Brisbane

Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships will be conducting works to upgrade firebreaks along a number of boundaries in Daisy Hill Conservation Park and other protected areas south of Brisbane. Photo credit: Anna Osetroff © Queensland Government

In the southern suburbs of Brisbane, this park protects significant habitat for koalas and other wildlife, while providing visitors with a variety of recreational activities to enjoy. With an extensive network of shared trails, visitors can spin the wheels of their mountain bike, ride on horseback or stretch their legs with a bushwalk. Have a barbecue or picnic in the day-use area or trail hub and see live koalas up close with a free visit to the Daisy Hill Koala Centre.


Daisy Hill Conservation Park is 25km south-east of Brisbane City, or 50km north of the Gold Coast, via the Pacific Motorway (M1).

Accessible by

  • Conventional vehicle

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Park facilities

  • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
  • Information centre
  • No rubbish bins
  • Parking area
  • Picnic tables (some sheltered)
  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
  • No camping
  • Cycling
  • Horseriding
  • Walking
  • Dogs permitted (on leash)

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