Attractions and experiences

  • Chillagoe-Mungana Caves

    © Tourism and Events Queensland

    Featuring spectacular limestone caves, small galleries of Aboriginal rock art, jagged limestone outcrops and an historically significant mining site, this park is rich in natural and cultural heritage.

  • Daisy Hill Koala Centre

    Open 7 days per week

    Nestled amongst eucalypt trees and featuring a large outdoor koala enclosure and many interactive displays, the Daisy Hill Koala Centre is a unique place to learn about koalas and their conservation.

  • David Fleay Wildlife Park

    Join the Park Rangers at David Fleay Wildlife Park to learn more about Queensland’s unique wildlife!Maxime Coquard © Queensland Government

    Located at Burleigh Heads, David Fleay’s is a wildlife park with a difference! Stroll through the tranquil surroundings to experience some of Queensland’s most iconic natural habitats and meet the resident wildlife—all in just one day.

  • Great walks

    Robert Ashdown © Queensland Government

    Great Walks of Queensland offers a range of experiences, from short, easy strolls to half and full-day walks and extended overnight adventures to explore, experience and enjoy the magnificence of Queensland's parks and forests.

  • Mon Repos Turtle Encounters

    The success of nesting and hatchling turtles at Mon Repos is critical for the survival of loggerhead turtles.Robert Ashdown © Queensland Government

    Don’t miss the chance to join our expert Park Rangers for a rare and wonderful experience with endangered marine turtles.

  • Mount Etna Bat Cleft

    © Tourism and Events Queensland

    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.

  • Undara lava tubes

    © Tourism Tropical North Qld

    Undara contains the remains of one of the earth’s longest flows of lava originating from a single volcano. Caves within this lava tube are fertile pockets in which rainforest plant and animal species thrive.

  • Walkabout Creek Discovery Centre

    QPWS Ranger showing a snake to 2 children.Tomek.Z.Genek © Queensland Government

    Walkabout Creek, located on the edge of D'Aguilar National Park, features a visitor centre, the Walkabout Creek Wildlife Centre, the Walkabout Creek Conference and Wedding Centre and the Green Tree Frog Cafe.

  • Wildlife parks and encounters

    Whale breaching.Tourism and Events Queensland

    Live life on the wild side and get up close and personal with Queensland's wildlife. Find out where you can go whale watching, turtle watching and birdwatching.