Visit the rustic information hut constructed through traditional methods with a nod to early settlers who built much of the infrastructure still found on this park, discover the interesting landforms and abundant wildlife that make up Main Range Conservation Park.
- Conventional vehicle
- Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
Make time to visit the information hut near Casuarina day-use area to find out more about the park. Learn about what makes this area special, and some of the park’s more recent (post colonisation) history.
Getting there and getting around
Main Range Conservation Park is about 130km from Brisbane and 40km south of Gatton in south-east Queensland’s Lockyer Valley.
- The information hut is approximately 2km south of the park entrance, opposite the Casuarina day-use area near the end of East Haldon Road.
Getting to Main Range Conservation Park
- At the western edge of Gatton, turn south off the Gatton−Toowoomba Road onto Mount Sylvia Road.
- Travel south through Tenthill to Junction View. Road signs pointing to Glen Rock Regional Park (the park’s former name) direct the way
- At the old Junction View State School veer left and follow East Haldon Road to the park.
- Continue to the end of the road. The last 4km to the park entrance is gravel.
The road to the park is narrow and winding, with numerous creek crossings that flood after heavy rain.
The ramp providing access to the information hut has a gradual incline. However, to use it you must cross grass from your vehicle. The timber floor inside the building is uneven with some gaps between boards. Assistance may be required to those in wheelchairs.
Before you visit
The information hut is open 24 hours a day.
Check park alerts for the latest information on access, closures and conditions.
For more safety information see Visiting Main Range Conservation Park safely.
- Former Glen Rock State Forest renamed Main Range Conservation Park 18 July to 31 October 2023