Want to know some of the best places to go exploring in nature in Brisbane? Here’s our top tips for nature adventures in and around Brisbane.
Tamborine Mountain – There’s waterholes, waterfalls, rainforest walks and breathtaking scenery, enjoy the tranquillity of Mount Tamborine just 70kms from Brisbane.
Mt Coo-tha – Enjoy a sunrise or sunset and take in the views over Brisbane from Mount Coo-tha Lookout. There’s plenty more to discover with bush trails, parklands, picnic areas as well as Kuta Café and Summit Restaurant.
Springwood Conservation Park – The park encompasses 36 hectares of eucalyptus forest home to many native Australian animals. Springwood Conservation Park has great facilities including picnic tables, wheelchair access, toilets, children’s playground, walking tracks, water and bird watching.
Daisy Hill Conservation Park – The park and surrounding areas is a vital protected koala habitat, take the opportunity to spot one of these iconic Australian koalas from along one of the five walking trails. Facilites include picnic area, public toilets, disabled access in some areas