Parks A to Z listing

  • The Tully River plunges down the Cardwell Range, through a densely forested gorge.

    • Camping prohibited
    • 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
  • Tallebudgera Creek and its estuary contains one of the last large tracts of mangroves on the Gold Coast. The parks protect over 22ha of this habitat on either side of…

    • 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
  • Tam O'Shanter National Park is now known as Djiru National Park.

  • Within an hour's drive of Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Tamborine National Park offers glimpses of the Pacific Ocean and Gold Coast skyline to the east and national parks of…

    • No camping
    • No campfires
    • 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 Moreton Bay island with beautiful beaches, significant cultural heritage values and natural conservation values, both terrestrial and marine. Important historic features include remnants of a quarantine station and a…

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires prohibited
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • No walking
  • Rainforest, open eucalypt forest and remnants of wallum heath between Noosa and Cooroy are protected in this hilly subtropical forest. Mount Tinbeerwah (265m above sea level) is a small volcanic…

    • 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
  • This 2095ha state forest is dominated by ironbark and cypress woodland where you might see powerful owls or black-chinned honeyeaters.

    • 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
  • The Palms National Park protects a small remnant of palm-filled subtropical rainforest and vine forest in a spring-fed gully in the headwaters of the Brisbane River. Birds, frogs, bats and…

    • Camping prohibited
    • 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
  • This rugged island has cloud-covered mountains, fragile heath vegetation, lush rainforest, tall eucalypt forest and mangrove fringes. The Thorsborne Trail explores the eastern side of the island.

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires prohibited
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • No walking
  • Dense, green vegetation is highlighted against a backdrop of clear, blue, open waters, blue-green reef flats and near-white sandy beaches. This remote group of islands allows visitors to engage in…

    • 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 in the heart of the mulga lands, Thrushton National Park conserves a remnant of original vegetation within an area of extensive clearing. Gazetted in 1990, the park consists of…

    • 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
  • Open eucalypt forest with Moreton Bay ash and blue gum trees and a grassy understorey are features of the park. Tall blue gums line the steep banks of the Burnett River and basalt outcrops dot…

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • Generators allowed (conditions apply)
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Recreational trails spanning mountain tops, sandy beaches and coastal wetlands. Ride, run or walk the Cape Pallarenda Trails to absorb some amazing views and enjoy nature-based recreation close to Townsville…

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • No toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • No dogs permitted
    • Hiking
    • Walking
  • In semi-arid, south-western Queensland, Tregole National Park straddles the boundary between two of the state’s natural regions, the brigalow belt and the mulga lands.

    • 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
  • The State forest includes extensive exotic pine plantations and small remnants of wallum heaths, melaleuca wetlands, banksia woodlands, and blue gum and scribbly gum open forest. Mangrove lined estuaries along…

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • No showers
    • No barbecue
    • No picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • No generators allowed
    • Dogs permitted (on leash)
    • No hiking
    • No walking
  • Mount Cooroora, at 439m, is a prominent feature of the park. Its distinctive shape is visible from many locations on the Sunshine Coast. Tall open forest, woodlands and montane heath…

    • 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
  • Endangered wet sclerophyll forest, lush upland rainforest, clear mountain streams and tumbling waterfalls are protected in this park—one of the wettest areas in Queensland and part of the Wet Tropics…

    • 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
    • Hiking
    • No walking
  • The Tully River plunges down the Cardwell Range, through a densely forested gorge. Part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, Tully Gorge National Park offers a variety of recreational…

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • Showers
    • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
    • Picnic tables
    • Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
    • No scenic drive
    • Generators allowed (conditions apply)
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • The Tully River plunges down the Cardwell Range, through a densely forested gorge, part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Tully Gorge National Park offers a variety of recreational…

    • Camping allowed
    • Campfires allowed
    • Toilets
    • Showers
    • Barbecue (wood/fuel/coin)
    • Picnic tables
    • No wheelchair access
    • No scenic drive
    • Generators allowed (conditions apply)
    • No dogs permitted
    • No hiking
    • Walking
  • Wet sclerophyll forests of towering rose gums, red stringybark and turpentines surround the Millstream River as it tumbles over McKenzie Falls on its way down the Millstream Valley.

    • Camping prohibited
    • Campfires prohibited
    • 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
  • Turtle Group National Park is a remote group of islands where visitors can engage in nature-based activities, such as birdwatching and camping, in a natural, undeveloped setting.

    • 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