Parks A to Z listing

  • These two small islands, dotted with large granite boulders and clad in low scrub and sheared heath, are part of a rich cultural landscape, with both Aboriginal cultural significance and…

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • 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 national park protects 5,563ha of important cassowary habitat and is part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. There is no public access and there are no facilities.

    • 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
  • Cool and cloudy rainforest, towering trees, dense palm groves, and dramatic cliffs, peaks and spires—experience all these on the 56 km Mackay Highlands Great Walk.

    • Camping allowed
    • No campfires
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • Surrounded by sparkling waters and a delight for boating enthusiasts, the islands provide many sheltered anchorages. Rocky headlands and bays of pearl-coloured beaches are the perfect backdrop for secluded island…

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires prohibited
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
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    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Rocky granite headlands and towering hoop pines stand sentinel over tranquil sandy bays on this rugged, mountainous island covered with open eucalypt woodlands and surrounded by coral reefs.

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
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    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Impressive mountain peaks, escarpments and ridges offer breathtaking views in this Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, a home for rare and endangered wildlife and a popular bushwalking destination.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • The perennial Malanda Falls tumble over basalt rock that was formed by an ancient lava flow. Learn about the Ngadjon-Jii culture as you walk in the surrounding rainforest.

    • 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
    • Walking
  • The Mamu Tropical Skywalk is operated under an ecotourism lease by tourism operators, Mark and Judy Evans. Visit the Mamu Tropical Skywalk website for all the details and inspiration to…

  • This remote and beautiful coastal national park features rugged tropical rainforest hinterland and sea-sculpted headlands, fringed with expansive sandy beaches.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires prohibited
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • No walking
  • The Manjal Jimalji trail ascends through lowland and upland rainforests, offering rewarding birdwatching opportunities and stunning views to the coast.

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • No walking
  • Excellent vistas over the Obi Obi Valley and lush rainforest canopy are highlights for visitors to this small but significant remnant forest. A short walk through tall open forest and…

    • Camping prohibited
    • No campfires
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Mountain scenery, numerous creeks, small waterfalls, rocky outcrops with expansive views, and diverse forests—rainforest, tall open blackbutt forest, scribbly gum forest, piccabeen palm groves, vine forest and shrubby woodland—feature in…

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • Scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • The dark fissured bark and silver-grey foliage of mulga trees contrasts sharply against the deep red soils of Mariala National Park. This remote park conserves over 27,300ha of scarps, ranges…

    • Camping allowed
    • No campfires
    • No toilets
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    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
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    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • No walking
  • Sandstone cliff faces and headlands rising steeply from small sheltered beaches provide a dramatic backdrop to the blue waters of the surrounding fringing reef. Marpa National Park (CYPAL) is remote,…

    • Camping prohibited
    • No campfires
    • No toilets
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    • No hiking
    • No walking
  • An undisturbed stand of gidgee and brigalow scrub provides refuge for diverse birdlife.

    • Camping allowed
    • No campfires
    • No toilets
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    • No barbecue
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    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • No walking
  • Nestled in the foothills of the Clarke Range, Mia Mia State Forest is mostly open eucalypt forest and protects a diverse array of wildlife.

    • 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
  • Michaelmas Cay is one of the most important bird nesting sites in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area and the most significant around Cairns. Boating and snorkelling are also…

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
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  • In the rain shadow of the Great Dividing Range, dry open woodlands surround Big Millstream Falls, reputedly the widest single-drop falls in Australia. The park is rich in World War…

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Spectacular jagged peaks overshadow diverse habitats of grassland, open forests and hidden dry rainforest.

    • Camping prohibited
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    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
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    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • The Minjerribah Recreation Area includes holiday parks and beach camping and driving areas on North Stradbroke Island.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • Scenic drive
    • Generators allowed (conditions apply)
    • Dogs permitted (on leash)
    • No hiking
    • No walking
  • A 130km network of short and long wilderness tracks takes visitors through pristine, high-altitude rainforest with crystal clear creeks, waterfalls and panoramic views. Some tracks are suitable only for bushwalkers,…

    • Camping allowed
    • No campfires
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    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • Scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • Mitirinchi (Quoin) Island is a significant seabird breeding island with many species nesting year-round. It is one of only three recorded breeding sites for great frigate birds in the northern…

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • 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
  • With peaceful open woodland and rocky ridges offering spectacular views to Brisbane City and Ipswich, this is a wonderful bush retreat for locals and visitors to enjoy.

    • Camping prohibited
    • No campfires
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • Dogs permitted (on leash)
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • White sandy beaches, pockets of rainforest and pale blue waters make these picturesque inshore islands a wildlife refuge and a scenic retreat for nature lovers.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires prohibited
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Mon Repos Conservation Park is a quiet coastal oasis close to the city of Bundaberg. Here visitors can enjoy the walking and cycling tracks and explore the coastal environment.

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • These volcanic peaks are significant refuges for rare and vulnerable wildlife. Close to Brisbane yet rugged and relatively undeveloped, they are popular with experienced bushwalkers and climbers.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires prohibited
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • Adjoining Mooloolah River, this park protects valuable remnants of coastal lowland habitat—rainforest, open eucalypt woodlands, melaleuca forests, wallum banksia woodlands, scribbly gum open forests, wallum heath and sedgelands.

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • This remote park has dry, flat plains criss-crossed by seasonal watercourses and covered in open eucalypt, paperbark and acacia woodlands, and grasslands.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • No walking
  • On Brisbane's doorstep, the wide expanse of Moreton Bay, offshore reefs, its numerous islands, internationally significant wetlands, seagrass meadows and sandy beaches make this park a haven for wildlife and…

    • Camping allowed
    • No campfires
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • Dogs permitted (on leash)
    • No hiking
    • No walking
  • Tall sand dunes, miles of sandy beaches, crystal clear creeks and lagoons, coastal heath, rocky headlands and abundant wildflowers make Mulgumpin (Moreton Island) a jewel in Moreton Bay.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • Showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • Generators allowed (conditions apply)
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Crystal-clear water cascades over large granite boulders in the Mossman River gorge. Lush rainforests cloak steep mountainsides from the riverbanks up to the rugged eastern slopes of the Main Coast…

    • No camping
    • Campfires prohibited
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Spectacular views of Rockhampton city, deeply incised valleys, dry rainforests, fleeting glimpses of forest inhabitants and feasting cockatoos feature strongly in a visit to Mount Archer National Park.

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Rugged mountain peaks rise above the surrounding landscape in this wild, beautiful Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area that is home to many rare animals, plant species and communities.

    • Camping allowed
    • No campfires
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • Mount Colosseum is a prominent feature in the landscape. This steep granite peak rises to an elevation of 470m and is dotted with hoop pines towering over the dry rainforest below.…

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • 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
  • Rising to 431 m, rugged Mount Cook provides a scenic backdrop to Cooktown. Rainforest and tropical woodlands with a heath understorey cover the upper slopes and sheltered gullies.

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Mount Coolum's impressive dome-shape rises 208m above the Sunshine Coast lowlands and provides spectacular 360 degree views of the coast and hinterland. The summit supports montane heath—a plant community, with…

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Limestone outcrops, decorated caves, rare bats and dry rainforest patches are now protected in a national park that once was the site of Australia’s longest running conservation battle.

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Rising above surrounding eucalypt woodlands, the conical Mount Fox is an ancient volcano with a large crater. Interesting geological features include large volcanic boulders known as fusiform bombs.

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • No toilets
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    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • No walking
  • A deep, cylindrical volcanic pipe with a lake at the bottom is an awe inspiring feature of this park. Several different forest types, within a small area, are home to a…

    • Camping prohibited
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    • No showers
    • No barbecue
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    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Mount Jim Crow National Park is now known as Baga National Park.

  • A 28 km, four-wheel drive only, road winds through rainforest that is a treasure trove of endemic plants and animals.

    • Camping prohibited
    • No campfires
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • Scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Sculpted sandstone outcrops, spectacular views from the highest plateau in Queensland and highly significant Aboriginal rock art sites are found in this remote section of Carnarvon National Park.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • This striking mountain rises above plains of grazing land, and features basalt columns, rocky scree slopes, open woodlands, vine thickets and diverse bird life.

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
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    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • This trail climbs from the coastal lowlands of Cape Tribulation, up the rainforest-clad ridge of Mount Sorrow to a lookout offering views of the beautiful Daintree coastline, Snapper Island and…

    • No camping
    • No campfires
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • No walking
  • Rising high above the coastal plains, cloaked in tropical rainforest and dissected by numerous streams, Mount Spec is the southernmost national park section in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.

    • 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
  • Mount Walsh National Park is a rugged park with spectacular exposed granite outcrops and cliffs, and Mount Walsh is a prominent landmark in the Biggenden area.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires prohibited
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • No walking
  • The rainforested slopes of the Whitfield Range are protected in this park. Walking tracks climb through rainforest and open forest to the top of Mount Lumley Hill, offering views of…

    • Camping prohibited
    • No campfires
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • No walking
  • Baffle Creek is one of Queensland’s few remaining undisturbed coastal rivers, and the creek’s estuary mouth is protected by Mouth of Baffle Creek Conservation Park. This small coastal remnant is…

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires prohibited
    • 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
  • Hundreds of migratory and resident shorebirds take advantage of this ideal nesting and feeding area on the island's eastern side. With beautiful mangrove-fringed estuaries and long sandy beaches, this park…

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires prohibited
    • 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
  • Situated on the Mudlo Range, Mudlo National Park protects one of the area's few remaining stands of native hoop pine vineforest. The park is notable for the splendour of its…

    • No camping
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Enjoy the rich colours of this big dune country with its red sands, ironstone pebbles, grey-green spinifex and clear blue skies. Camp under the stars in Queensland’s largest national park.…

    • 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
  • Mungkan Kandju (Kaanju) National Park is now known as Oyala Thumotang National Park (CYPAL).

  • Rainforest-clad mountains meet tropical lowlands in the scenic foothills of the Kirrama Range. The clear waters of the Murray River cascade over boulders into rock pools in this picturesque spot.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • Showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • Generators allowed (conditions apply)
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Murray Upper National Park is now known as Murray Falls, Girramay National Park.