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Lockyer National Park

Lockyer National Park is home to the vulnerable brush-tailed rock-wallaby. Photo: Dave Kington, Queensland Government.Lockyer National Park is home to the vulnerable brush-tailed rock-wallaby. Photo: Dave Kington, Queensland Government.

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Location

About 40 km east of Toowoomba or 90 km west of Brisbane.

What's special

Lockyer National Park is home to a diverse range of plants and animals, including some vulnerable and near threatened species such as the Helidon ironbark, mountain guinea flower, brush-tailed rock-wallaby and black-breasted button-quail.

The park is a popular area for a variety of activities, including remote bushwalking, mountain-bike riding and four-wheel-drive (4WD) and motorbike touring.

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Last reviewed
23 December 2015
Last updated
9 March 2014