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Adjoining Conondale National Park, this area provides easy access to the features of both Imbil State Forest and Conondale National Park—luxuriant rainforest, tall eucalypt forest, mosaics of plantation forest, waterfalls, boulder-strewn creeks and spectacular scenery make this area well worth a visit.
The diverse forests provide homes for a wonderful variety of wildlife including more than 120 species of birds and many mammals. The threatened and seldom-seen yellow-bellied glider lives in the open forest.
Help protect our natural environment by practicing minimal impact recreation. Take all your rubbish out of the park. Remove excess food packaging at home, before your visit to the forest, and pack strong sealable bags or containers to store food and rubbish.
Creeks near camping and picnic areas feed water into the Mary River and on to domestic water supplies. Please keep them clean.
See Caring for parks and forests for more information about protecting our environment and heritage in parks.
The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) manages these parks and forests under the Nature Conservation Act 1992 and Forestry Act 1959.
Kenilworth Information Centre
Elizabeth Street, Kenilworth Q 4574
ph (07) 5446 0122
For tourism information for all regions in Queensland see Queensland Holidays.
- Heavy vehicle detour on Sunday Creek Road 29 July 2019 to 13 July 2020