QLD NATIONAL PARKS
From the Gold Coast to Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, inland to the outback, east to the islands, and as far north as Cape York Peninsula, families will find abundant and diverse landscapes and fun adventures in a vast number of stunning Queensland national parks.
Moreton Island National Park Where: About:
40km by ferry from Brisbane Moreton Island is the home of the Quandamooka people, and the park’s tall sand dunes, long stretches of sandy beaches, crystal clear creeks and lagoons, coastal heath, rocky headlands and abundant wildflowers make for an ideal Moreton Bay family adventure. YES
Camping: D’Aguilar National Park Where: About:
Brisbane The former Brisbane Forest Park is a great day trip getaway – within easy reach of the CBD. Discover a world away from city life with remote gorges, subtropical rainforest, expanses of eucalypt woodland and spectacular views. YES
Camping: Daintree National Park Where: About:
Tropical Far North Queensland The famous ‘Daintrees’ is made up of two spectacular areas - Mossman Gorge and Cape Tribulation. The World Heritage-Listed Daintree Rainforest is actually the oldest rainforest in the world! See the crystal-clear waters of the Mossman River cascade over granite boulders in Mossman Gorge, while Cape Tribulation features rainforest-clad mountains that sweep down to long sandy beaches. The Eastern Kuku Yalanji Aboriginal people are the Traditional Owners of Daintree National Park.
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