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Daisy Hill Conservation Park

The park provides a range of recreational opportunities, as well as protecting important koala habitat. Photos copyright Queensland Government.The park provides a range of recreational opportunities, as well as protecting important koala habitat. Photos copyright Queensland Government.

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Daisy Hill Koala Bushland Directions Paper Stage 1 projects

Daisy Hill Koala Bushland Directions Paper (PDF, 1.3M) Stage 1 funded projects are complete!

Come to Daisy Hill and check out our Disability Discrimination Act 1992 compliant track in the day-use area (the first of its size in one of our parks), which features compliant picnic tables, toilets and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service's first fully compliant barbecues. We've developed two Nature Play options—Wild Nature Play and Indigenous Games—to get your kids engaged with the environment around them. There’s new interpretive signs on the walking trails so you can find out all about extraordinary eucalypts and marvellous melaleucas. Plus, the trail hub has been refurbished with new tables, a water station, gathering area, warm up track and mountain-bike service area. Don't leave without visiting the revitalised Daisy Hill Koala Centre!  

Read more about the directions paper projects.

Facilities and activities

Location

Daisy Hill Conservation Park is 25km south-east of Brisbane City, or 50km north of the Gold Coast, via the Pacific Motorway (M1).

What's special

In the southern suburbs of Brisbane, this park protects significant habitat for koalas and other wildlife, while providing visitors with a variety of recreational activities to enjoy. With an extensive network of shared trails, visitors can spin the wheels of their mountain bike, ride on horseback or stretch their legs with a bushwalk. Have a barbecue or picnic in the day-use area or trail hub and see live koalas up close with a free visit to the  Daisy Hill Koala Centre.

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Last updated
28 March 2018