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A popular bush retreat for visitors and locals, Nerang National Park is a place to experience nature and enjoy recreating in the peaceful outdoors. Enjoy a scenic bushwalk or horseride, or go for a ride along one of the mountain bike trails.
Dry rainforest and open eucalypt forests of grey gum, blue gum, stringybark and tallowwood grow in the hilly reserve, while sections of remnant gallery rainforest thrive in the gullies.
- Campfires are not permitted in the park or forest.
- Trail bikes are prohibited.
- Please do not feed native animals.
- Please take your rubbish with you.
- For safety and to minimise damage to the forest, stay on existing tracks and trails.
See the guidelines on caring for parks for more information about protecting our environment and heritage in parks.
Nerang National Park and adjoining Nerang State Forest, is managed by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS), under the Nature Conservation Act 1992 and Forestry Act 1959, to preserve and present its natural and cultural values in perpetuity while still providing nature-based recreational opportunities.
Gold Coast Airport Visitor Information and Booking Centre
Site 20, Gold Coast Airport, Domestic Arrival Terminal, 1 Terminal Drive, Bilinga Qld 4225
Phone: (07) 5536 4709
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2 Cavill Avenue (Cavill Mall), Surfers Paradise, Qld 4217
Phone: 1300 309 440
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- Planned maintenance to mountain bike trails in Nerang National Park 27 May to 3 July 2020