Bunyaville Conservation Park
Old Northern Road, ALBANY CREEK, QLD 4035
On Brisbane's north-western outskirts, Bunyaville Conservation Park is a peaceful retreat and wildlife haven close to the busy metropolitan area. Spotted gum, grey ironbark, narrow-leaved ironbark, white mahogany, tallowwood, forest red gum, grey gum and brush box grow in the open forests. The forest protects a small community of the broad-leaved spotted gum Corymbia henryi, found only in the Brisbane region.
Have a picnic or barbecue in the forest. Barbecues, firewood, picnic tables, drinking water and toilets are provided. Large groups should contact the QPWS before visiting. Dogs are allowed but must be restrained with a leash at all times. Horses and bicycles may be ridden on roads in this forest. A special permit is not required unless it is a commercial activity, an organised group activity or a competitive event. For your safety and to minimise damage to the forest, stay on existing tracks. Find out about the forest and the way it is managed on the Bunyaville Forest walk, which starts in the picnic area. Education Queensland operates an environmental education centre in the forest. The centre provides educational programs for schools. Contact the centre for details and bookings (07) 3353 4356. Camping is not allowed in the forest.
A number of gravel roads are shared by walkers, cyclists and horse riders. Give way to horse riders using the same tracks. Take drinking water.
Bunyaville Forest walk, 30 minutes.
The picnic facilities are wheelchair-accessible.
Bunyaville State Forest is 15km north-west of central Brisbane between the suburbs of Albany Creek and Everton Hills. Access is from Old Northern Road. The entrance gate is locked at night.
Old Northern Road, ALBANY CREEK,
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