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Make life epic and explore Queensland National Parks

Some of life’s best moments are waiting for you in Queensland’s parks and forests. Whether you’re new to camping in national parks, or already a keen camper seeking new adventures, we have some great options for you, along with loads of tips and hacks to make camping easy. Of course it’s not all about camping—so many experiences await you in our parks and forests. From active fun on bush walks and picnics to adrenalin-fuelled adventures on mountain bike trails and paddling expeditions; from exploring our history and culture to journeys through this incredible landscape, we have something that will appeal to everyone. Happy exploring!

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Yugambeh dance troupe.
Aboriginal culture at David Fleay Wildlife Park’s Twilight Experience

The thud of stomping feet vibrates the earth, and the sound of the digeridoo hangs in the night air as dancers tell ancient stories under the watchful eyes of koalas, cassowaries and crocodiles.

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Make life epic and explore Queensland

Some of life’s best moments can be enjoyed in Queensland’s parks and forests.

Mount Allan Walk view, Imbil State Forest.
Five reasons little campers LOVE Imbil State Forest

Camping with kids may seem like a daunting prospect, but at Imbil State Forest, in the beautiful Sunshine Coast hinterland, we’ve got you covered.

David Fleay Wildlife Park Ranger with a sea eagle.
5 things you didn’t know you could do at David Fleay Wildlife Park

Cute and quirky critters—tick! Wildlife shows—tick! But what makes Fleay’s different? Here are our top 5 things you didn’t know you could do at Fleay’s.

Red landscape of Lark Quarry Conservation Park in the Australian outback.
Dinosaurs and diprotodons—uncover fossil mysteries of the ancient past in Queensland’s Outback

The vast red landscape of western Queensland is a time capsule of our prehistoric past, waiting to be discovered.

	A women walking her dogs on Cooloola beach with people in background.
Visiting parks and forests with your pets

Dogs are welcome in some conservation parks, forests and recreation areas, but not in national parks.

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Last updated: 03 June 2019