Daisy Hill Conservation Park

Summary

A grouping of national, state and local forests not far from Brisbane, known for it's koala population.

Popular Walks

Parent Regions

History

Any interesting history for the region?

Features

What are the standout bushwalking features?

Access

Take the Pacific Highway south of Brisbane, exit on Chatswood Road. Turn left on Daisy Hill Road. Follow it to the end and you've reached the car park!

Maps

https://www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/daisy-hill/pdf/koala-bushland-cca-map.pdf

Accommodation

Anywhere in brisbane really, no camping allowed on site.

Easy
9 km
3 hrs

Buhot Creek Circuit

This trail starts from the upper day-use area and allows visitors to explore Daisy Hill Conservation Park and adjoining Neville Lawrie Reserve. Take time by tranquil waterholes and enjoy views from the old quarry.

Easy
4 km return
1 hr

Spotted Gum Trail

This loop track can be accessed from the Tree Discovery Trail. There is a track that branches links the two. It is a fairly level four wheel drive track, so is quite an easy going walk. It takes you through Eucalyptus forest.

Easy
800 m return
30 mins

Tree Discovery Trail

A short walk through eucalyptus forest with information boards along the way talking about how the eucalyptus forest works. There are quite a few steps, but the walk isn't too strenuous