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Our track repairs are gonna bring all the visitors to the parkAnd we're like, it's so much better than it was Local Rangers across 2 teams have joined forces to repair the walking track at Tregole National Park. This track is a popular short stop for visitors in the cooler months but the consist...
There's no better way to get back to basics than a #QldParks camping trip, but without proper planning it might not be the relaxing break you'd hoped for. Check out our camping hacks (link in bio) and top tips below to help you 'chillax' and take the hassle out of planning, preparing and packing ...
Looking for a scenic and out of the way drive from Brisbane? A trip up into the mountains of #BunyaMountainsNationalPark should be on your adventure list. There are camping options (many of which are quite popular), hiking options, and plenty of places for a picnic or two. Bring your jacket and c...
Has #Bridgeton got you craving a royal setting to enjoy lavish finger sandwiches and delectable desserts?We've got the perfect spot for your royal high tea... Queen Mary Falls picnic area in Main Range National Park.You'll need to bring your own brew and cucumber sandwiches, but we've got the roy...
There are two types of climbing visitors in our parks and forests. 1. Mountain climbers, hikers and scramblers who love a challenging hike and summit view for their efforts. 2. Literal rock climbers. We support climbing at selected sites throughout our parks and forests and are working to proacti...
Dearest gentle readers, surely we must not be the only ones who see the resemblance in this colourful game of courtship? The male satin bowerbird is quite sturdy indeed, with his plumage adorned by feathers of the finest tiffany-blue satin. One has to wonder if he has visited the most sort after ...
Who doesnt love a cosy camp fire? But did you know that fallen wood, including bark, branches and tree trunks, create microhabitats for hundreds of wildlife?Protect their habitat by bringing your own clean milled firewood and kindling on your next #qldparks camping trip.
20 once-presumed extinct bridled nailtail wallabies (Onychogalea fraenata) have been released by ecologists into the @australianwildlifeconservancy Scotia Wildlife Sanctuary in @visitnsw.The wallabies were translocated from @qldparks Taunton National Park to improve genetic diversity in the reint...
We all love a splice of Springbrook National Parkfrom waterfalls and lookouts to a few pademelons. Its even more special when paired with a local Rangers these are my favourite things about it. #SpringbrookNationalPark #Springbrook #Nature #Adventure
The largest penalty in Queensland history for illegally fishing in southern marine parks was handed down to a commercial fisher last month. Following investigations, a 60-year-old Mooloolaba man was charged with one count each of unlawful serious environmental harm and wilfully using a marine par...
What better way to #MaroonIt than with the view from Mount Maroon in Mount Barney National Park itself?! Happy Queensland Day, Queensland. We're proud to be #Queenslanders with so many people working together for conservation and so many spectacular places to enjoy and protect.
Wild news for our Queensland wombats: The first critically endangered northern hairy-nosed wombats have been released on Powrunna State Forest, south-west Queensland And by all reports, theyre settling in well and exploring their new home. Over the next couple of years, up to 60 wombats will be ...