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Things to do
Camping is not permitted in Good Night Scrub National Park.
Camping is available at Paradise Dam. It is managed by the North Burnett Regional Council. Other accommodation options can be found at Mount Perry and Biggenden.
For more information see the tourism information link below.
Exploring Good Night Scrub
Enjoy nature in this peaceful retreat. Have a picnic in a picturesque bushland setting overlooking the Paradise Dam spillway. A picnic table is provided here.
Go birdwatching—more than 166 species have been seen in the park, including powerful owls, regent bowerbirds, forest kingfishers and king parrots. See swans, spoonbills and other waterbirds along the river.
Watch for wildlife. Look for black-striped, swamp and red-necked wallabies and try to spot some of the 60 species of butterflies that have been identified in the park.
Enjoy limited views from One Tree Hill lookout. Access to the lookout is only possible in dry conditions in a four-wheel-drive vehicle.
While no formal walking tracks are provided you can walk along an extensive network of firetrails. Make sure you carry a mobile phone and water. Wear a hat, sunscreen, insect repellent and a long-sleeve shirt to protect you from the elements.
Boating, fishing and barbecues are popular activities at the nearby Paradise Dam recreation area managed by the North Burnett Regional Council.
- There are currently no park alerts for this park.