Parks A to Z listing

  • Girramay National Park has two accessible sections—Edmund Kennedy and Murray Falls. The wetlands, mangroves and coastal environments of Edmund Kennedy provide visitors with opportunities for birdwatching, a picnic by the…

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • Showers
    • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Girraween, meaning ‘place of flowers’, is a park of massive granite outcrops, large angular tors, and precariously balanced boulders. Spectacular wildflower displays splash colour among the granite in spring.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • Showers
    • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • Girringun National Park is comprised of six sections—Blencoe Falls, Dalrymple Gap track, Mount Fox, Princess Hills, Wairuna and Wallaman.

    • Camping allowed
    • No campfires
    • Toilets
    • Showers
    • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • The craggy peaks of the Glass House Mountains tower above the surrounding landscape. They are so significant that they are listed on the Queensland and National Heritage Register as a landscape of…

    • No camping
    • Campfires prohibited
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • Glen Rock State Forest is situated at the head of Tenthill Valley and adjoins the World Heritage-listed Main Range National Park.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • Showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Seclusion, beaches, rainforest and reefs are just some of the attractions of this scenic group of islands. Endangered rock-wallabies live on Gloucester Island, the largest in the group.

    • Camping allowed
    • No campfires
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • No walking
  • Follow footsteps from the past and discover the magic of walking on an ancient volcano, through the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area’s rainforests, and feel the landscapes’ spirit.…

    • Camping allowed
    • No campfires
    • Toilets
    • Showers
    • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • The Goldfield trail follows a 19 km historic path through the rainforest of Wooroonooran National Park. It crosses numerous picturesque creeks and climbs over a low saddle between Queensland’s two…

    • Camping allowed
    • No campfires
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • No walking
  • Goldsborough Valley’s lush lowland rainforest and the picturesque Mulgrave River offer opportunities for canoeing, mountain biking, walking and camping in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • A peaceful bush retreat with tall hoop pines emerging above vine scrub and dry vine thicket. A great location for a picnic and to enjoy bird watching, butterflies and other native wildlife.…

    • No camping
    • No campfires
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Home to many rare and threatened species, the remote and hilly Goodedulla National Park provides pleasant picturesque camping along the banks of Melaleuca Creek.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • Generators allowed (conditions apply)
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • No walking
  • A tropical island off Cardwell, Goold Island is a tall, forested hill with granite outcrops, eucalypt woodlands and sandy beaches. Camping on the island and boating nearby are popular activities.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires prohibited
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • No walking
  • This national park protects 35,200ha of land containing the Great Basalt Wall, a geological formation of the Toomba basalt flow. The park is not accessible to the public.

    • Camping prohibited
    • No campfires
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • No walking
  • Seagrass meadows, mangroves, rocky shores, reefs, sandy beaches, bays, sheltered channels, rivers, creeks and estuaries host a wealth of wildlife including whales, turtles, dugong, grey nurse sharks, fish, corals, birds…

    • Camping allowed
    • No campfires
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • No walking
  • This small rainforest-clad coral cay is surrounded by coral reefs. It is one of the most accessible and popular islands on the Great Barrier Reef.

    • Camping prohibited
    • No campfires
    • Toilets
    • Showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • This 1083 ha national park is a mosaic of sclerophyll and rainforest vegetation and protects part of the green backdrop of Cairns and the Mulgrave River valley. There is no…

    • No camping
    • No campfires
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • No walking