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Speewah Conservation Park, covering an area of 15.2ha, was gazetted as a conservation park on 17 December 2004, following a donation of land to Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) by local residents Ron and Pam Elgar. It is adjacent to Barron Gorge National Park.
Smooth, green-trunked cadagi trees Corymbia torelliana and tall kauri pines Agathis robusta provide a scenic setting and the surrounding rainforest provides a tranquil backdrop for the camping and day-use areas.
Speewah camping area is a convenient base for exploring the long-distance walking track network in Barron Gorge National Park.
- Domestic animals are not permitted in conservation parks. Leave all pets at home.
- Rubbish bins are not provided—take rubbish with you when you leave.
- Do not remove plant material, living or dead.
- Do not feed wildlife or leave food or scraps around the camping or day-use areas.
See the guidelines on caring for parks for more information about protecting our environment and heritage in parks.
Speewah Conservation Park is managed by QPWS to conserve its natural and cultural values, while providing nature-based recreational opportunities for visitors.
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