Parklands Conservation Park

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Medium
5.2 km return
90 mins

Coobong Circuit

Travel through open eucalypt forest where bloodwood and tallowwood trees are common and banksias, wattles, grass trees and hopbush grow in the forest understory.
In more protected, wetter areas, the forest features flooded gum, turpentine, cabbage tree palm, piccabeen palm, stinging tree and some rainforest plants. You will cross two small creeks and pass bee hives on this circuit.

Medium
11 km return
2.5 hrs

Komine Circuit

Cooler winter months are the best time to explore this circuit. It winds through open scribbly gum forest and includes large sections of track with little shade.
A number of creeks lead to rock pools and cascades, which flow after heavy rainfall.

Medium
7.8 km return
2 hrs

Lemon Tree Circuit

Similar to the Rocky Creek circuit, this track includes dry, rocky ridges. Some sections are more exposed, making the dry open forest a hotter area through which to travel, especially during the warmer summer months.

Medium
5.4 km return
90 mins

Rocky Creek Circuit

Parklands Regional Park is a valuable wildlife habitat with vegetation ranging from eucalypt forests of bloodwood and tallowwood trees (with banksia, wattle and grass tree understorey), to rainforest gullies with flooded gum, turpentine and, in protected wetter areas, groves of palms. A number of creeks lead to rock pools and cascades, which flow after heavy rainfall.