Out & About with Kids - - 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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